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Continued: Cambridge residents speak up to keep sex offenders out

  • Article by: DAN BROWNING , Star Tribune
  • Last update: October 1, 2013 - 11:21 PM

Amanda Bartnick, a nurse at the Cambridge facility, described herself as “the gray duck” in the room because she supports the state’s plan. She noted that there are about 17,000 convicted sex offenders living openly in Minnesota who weren’t committed after their release from prison. If the state appellate court approves the transfer of offenders to Cambridge, she said, “they’re going to stimulate our economy.”


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