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N.Y. city considers drug dealer registry


By Jacob Gershman
The New York Sun
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ALBANY, N.Y. — Albany is considering legislation creating a Megan's Law-like registry for convicted drug dealers.

A Republican state senator, George Winner, will introduce the "Drug Dealer Registration Act" next week, one of his aides said yesterday. The bill would require individuals convicted of certain drug offenses to register with state's Division of Criminal Justice Services, which oversees the state's sex offender registry, for at least five years.

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