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NPO publishes blog articles to inform and to stimulate conversation about issues of importance to NPO's mission. All blog articles express the opinions of the authors as individuals and do not necessarily reflect the views of National Parents Organization, its Board of Directors, or its executives. I've written a fair amount about the hysteria surrounding allegations of sexual offenses against children. Most of that has concerned the way in which prosecutors and mental health professionals questioned children back in the 80s and 90s. Those methods produced some of the most alarming and patently false allegations imaginable and not a few of them sent innocent adults to prison for years and even decades. So outrageous were those methods that they eventually spawned protocols and an entire area of expertise in which the proper questioning of young children is taught.
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AP -- Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that requires registered sex offenders to notify school officials before they venture onto school grounds. The Republican measure overwhelmingly passed the Assembly in May.