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Topic - Nathan Fletcher
A group of bills related to child abduction and sex offenders, including one that would incarcerate the most violent sex offenders for life without parole and provide harsher sentences for forcible sex crimes, is awaiting the signature of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
"This is not an academic or philosophical discussion. Children have died as a result of this. We took very seriously our obligation to protect children so I think school districts need to take seriously the obligations to comply with it," he said.
San Diego Republican Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, a co-author of the law, said students who haven't been vaccinated shouldn't be at school at all, regardless of the funding or instruction children might miss.