Justices Uphold 'Megan's Law' The Supreme Court upholds "Megan's law," ruling that states can post sex offenders' photos and other personal information on the Internet. Justices say public notification is a regulation aimed at protecting public safety. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports.

Justices Uphold 'Megan's Law'

Justices Uphold 'Megan's Law'

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The Supreme Court upholds "Megan's law," ruling that states can post sex offenders' photos and other personal information on the Internet. Justices say public notification is a regulation aimed at protecting public safety. NPR's Nina Totenberg reports.

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