Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Lexington South Carolina Approves Sex Offender Ordinance

The Lexington Town Council approved an ordinance that would effectively ban registered sex offenders from moving to Lexington.

The council made its decision after a favorable opinion from the state attorney general.

The ordinance would also prevent sex offenders from living or loitering within 2,000 feet of schools, churches, parks, playgrounds and other sites where children might gather.

State Attorney General Henry McMaster says the rule would likely stand up if challenged in court.

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