Hearing held on bill to remove juveniles from sex offender registry

The Judiciary Committee held a hearing on a bill (LB689) that would eliminate sex offender registry requirements for juveniles in Nebraska.

The bill, introduced by Bellevue Sen. Carol Blood, applies to juveniles who commit sex crimes in other states and then move to Nebraska. It brings state law into compliance with a 2017 state Supreme Court decision.

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