For Paroled Sex Offenders in San Francisco, Only One Choice: Life on the Streets

Frank Gaglione
SF Weekly | December 30, 2009
In 2006, voters passed Jessica's Law, a ballot measure promising to better track people who'd committed sex crimes. Such people would be banned from living 2,000 feet from a park or school. In densely populated San Francisco, that basically means they can't live anywhere at all.

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