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Proposed Bill Gives Sex Offenders Early Release For Chemical Castration (VIDEO)

A bill being proposed by Representative John Bennett gives violent sex offenders an early release if they volunteer for chemical castration. Bennett claims this has worked in states like Texas and California.

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