State considers changes in sex offender laws
ST. PAUL - Repercussions continue five years after Dru Sjodin was kidnapped and killed by a sex offender released from prison months earlier.
The 2008 Minnesota Legislature still is tweaking sex offender-related laws, like it has since 2003.
Bills advancing this year include those to reduce counties' costs, help track sex offenders after they get out of prison and add to what constitutes a sex crime.
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