O.c. City Likely To Drop Halloween Law Aimed At Sex Offenders

Celebrate Halloween on the high seas

city likely to drop Halloween law aimed at sex offenders A lawsuit challenges a city of Orange law requiring sex offenders to post signs to discourage trick-or-treaters. Comments 0 The city of Orange will probably toss out a law requiring registered sex offenders to post a sign in front of their homes on Halloween to discourage trick-or-treaters after it was hit with a federal lawsuit alleging the practice is unconstitutional. (Alex Garcia / Los Angeles Times) Also By Adolfo Flores September 21, 2013, 6:57 p.m. An Orange County city will probably toss out a law requiring registered sex offenders to post a sign in front of their homes on Halloween to discourage trick-or-treaters after it was hit with a federal lawsuit alleging the practice is unconstitutional.

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Special treats will include “spiders” made of pecan and caramel, pumpkin bars, candy and “ghoulish cupcakes.” Costume-wearing is encouraged. Disney Cruise Line ships will be transformed for Halloween (beginning later this month and through October) into “wonderlands filled with frightfully fun events and activities,” the line said.

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