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Sex Offender Village [7.1.2013] MP3

In Florida’s remote sugar cane country, there’s a place where sex offenders can live without violating the state’s strict sex offender residency requirements. Also in this show:  An opinionated community activist moves to an old mill town in Maine and challenges the status quo. Source: thestory.org

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