Wrapping up our look back at 2015:August 21, 2015: Word spreads on how the U.S. Supreme Court used lies to expand laws targetting Registered Citizens. Revisit the post here.September 14, 2015: Another reason it is a good idea to abolish residency restrictions. Revisit the post.November 1, 2015: The Associated Press shines a light on law […]
On July 27, 2015, we told you about a research study that shows how the Nebraska public-shaming website targeting Registered Citizens makes our communities more dangerous. No one — especially ambitious politicians — pays any attention to this work. But the study is more than 10 years old. Revisit the post here.
In June 2015, we offered 22 opportunities to reach out and let others know about Nebraskans Unafraid and the good work that we do. Revisit the post.
2015 in Review: In May, an Omaha church hired a formerly Registered Citizen as its pastor. Revisit the post here.
Continuing our review of top posts from 2015: In April, the Los Angeles Times editorializes against sex-offender laws. Revisit the post.
In March 2015, the battle to end residency restrictions came to New Hampshire. A panel on public radio talked about the futility and stupidity of the laws. Revisit the post.
Continuing our review of Calendar 2015, in February we heard the good news that the highest court in New York State struck down residency restrictions. Revisit the post.
Today we begin our year-end flashback to the best of the NebraskaFACTS blog from Calendar 2015.January 20, 2015A Registered Citizen’s ManifestoI refuse to believe there is nothing I can do. I refuse to whine. Revisit the Post