Some Illinois officials are trying to limit where the state's sex offenders can live once they've left prison. The effort follows reports that 10 percent of the state's paroled sex offenders were clustered in mainly low-income areas in and around Chicago's South Side. Diantha Parker of Chicago Public Radio reports.
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