Wall Street Journal on Failure of Residency Restrictions

The Wall Street Journal takes a long look at residency restrictions for registered citizens across the nation, and finds that they are useless. Residency restrictions do not protect the public, according to most of those interviewed by WSJ.

The laws are defended solely on the grounds that it is political suicide to oppose them. Loosely translated: Most politicians are cowards on this issue. More.

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