Legislation could sock counties for long-term sex offender costs
WILLMAR -- Potential legislation that would saddle counties with the long-term costs of civilly committed sex offenders could cost local taxpayers millions of dollars.
"We've got to scream and we've got to scream loud," said Kandiyohi County Family Services Director Jay Kieft.
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