Law Requiring Sex Offenders to be Identified on Their Passports is Challenged

A civil rights group has filed a lawsuit to challenge a law requiring sex offenders to be identified as such on their passports.

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The California Reform Sex Offender Laws have challenged the law, arguing that as passports are used as the primary form of identification that a sex offender passport symbol could pose significant safety risks to the person as well as their travel companions.

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