Hundreds of military sex offenders aren't on public registries, and Congress is trying to fix that

Two very different bills: Which do you support?

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Hundreds of military sex offenders aren’t on public registries. Since a nine-month Scripps News investigation uncovered this oversight, bills have been introduced in the Senate and in the House of Representatives to address the issue, but there are some big differences in the legislation.

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