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We are all aware that there are many laws negatively impacting children and adolescents in the name of public safety and that these laws have been passed episodically over the past two hundred years, many of which are still in force and in many respects are counterproductive and precipitate serious mental, emotional, spiritual and in certain circumstances, even physical harm.
These laws also continue to be unreasonably taxing upon our dwindling resources, and do not provide the benefits promised during the periods of their enactment.
Since so many of the statutes impacting the conditions in which our young people learn and develop have been studied extensively by renowned experts, and have been deemed to be either ambiguous, contradictory, counterproductive, constitutionally infirm, or otherwise harmful to the health and welfare of our young people, we find it compelling that we move to establish an expert commission to carefully study and improve upon any laws that cause harm to our children here in the United States, and without exception, we demand that any law, once examined or discovered to be doing harm, be immediately repealed.
We are also petitioning against unfair and costly laws targeting sex offenders and their family members which are nothing more than emotionally impulsive enactments born of propaganda connected to the sex related murders of children, and additionally, we are also demanding legislation that prohibits laws bearing a crime victim's name from being enacted in the United States. We insist that our criminal laws must be premised upon the moral principles for which they exist, and not used as a tool to memorialize or commemorate any individual victim of crime.
Will you please support us in our efforts and sign our very long, but important petition?
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