AZ one step closer to complying with federal Adam Walsh Act
A Senate panel has approved legislation that would put the state in compliance with a federal law intended to crack down on sex offenders and would ensure Arizona doesn't lose millions of dollars in federal funding. The bill, S1049, aims to create a separate fingerprint clearance card for and adoptive parents, as well as several ...
Published: May 21, 2009 at 1:00 am
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