Alabama passes bill requiring child sex offenders to undergo chemical castration

The treatment would be a requirement for parole.
1:12 | 06/05/19

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Transcript for Alabama passes bill requiring child sex offenders to undergo chemical castration
They are considered some of the most heinous crimes. HB 379. Is meant to prevent convicts from committing them again. I thought it was one of those still good bill then that they really had to explain it to me senator Linda Coleman Madison voted in favor of chemical castration. Convicts would be required to pay for the treatment administered by the Alabama department of public health. Cost would be waived if a parolees rolled into gene destined huge responsibility. There are gay and we will be adding more expenses to that particular department. And there's nothing in the BO the provider for additional resources to do this there is little sympathy Aman Albanians for those convicted of abusing minors. Now we think people. Can't be cured of man is just that thing. Did they will you'll be with them for life. Everything they should have a maximum senate's. In prison opinions like those are part of why komen Madison voted in favor of the bail. Nobody wants to sing like they. Would condone those types of acts I think that it would get past Billy. And I'm wondering. If the governor is really going this.

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