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Sex offender challenges residency law

A convicted sex offender argued this morning before the Missouri Supreme Court that his client should be able to move into an O'Fallon residence situated near a day care center. At issue is a 2004 law that banned convicted sex offenders from living 1,000 feet from schools or childcare facilities. When the man, identified as "F.R.," ...

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