In 2009, the Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional for municipalities to put such severe restrictions on where convicted sex offenders could live that they could not live anywhere in certain towns.
The case of an assistant principal accused of videotaping teenage boys in the shower of a Somerville high school is but the latest in a series of disturbing stories involving teachers, coaches and priests accused of child sex assault.
Outside the New Jersey State House on Thursday, Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey and the NJ Partnership to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse announced the launch of the Enough Abuse Campaign in the Garden State.
Penn State football bowl revenue this year will reach at least $2 million, $500,000 more than the amount the school promised last week would be donated to charities to raise awareness of child abuse issues.
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