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Parent wants to limit where sex offenders live, work

By Sandy Coleman
Globe Staff / August 17, 2006

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In Stoughton, there are 36 Level 2 and Level 3 registered sex offenders who live or work in town, according to the state Sex Offender Registry Board . Currently, although their addresses are made public, they are free to live and work where they please. But Town Meeting representative Ed Coppinger , who has two young daughters, wants that to ... (Full article: 701 words)

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