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If a Criminally Insane Person Lives in a Group Home in Your Neighborhood, Should You be Told?

If someone criminally insane (like Mark Bechard, who killed two nuns in Waterville in 1996), moves into your neighborhood, do you have the right to know? Some in the legislature say NO! Rep. Cory Wilson has introduced legislation that would require you to be told.

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