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Posted on: January 30, 2019

Communities Continue To Rethink Sex Offender Residency Rules

Jenna Merten, Brookfield city attorney, said the change will protect the city from future lawsuits.

"If we didn't take this action, our ordinance would be unenforceable and sex offenders could live anywhere," Merten said.

Corri Hess, Wisconsin Public Radio
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