The Internet may soon hold the key when it comes to the whereabouts of convicted child molesters.
The Senate approved a bill that would require convicted child molesters to be listed on a national Internet database. They would also face a felony charges for failing to update their location. The Senate approved the measure on a voice vote and the house will consider it next week. President Bush is expected to sign it into law.
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