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Clementi's driver's license and Rutgers ID were found in a wallet left on the bridge on Sept.22 after two witnesses saw someone jump from it, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press. Yes, it's technically illegal under state law to have anal or oral sex in Michigan, but that antiquated law is not enforced and is nullified by federal law to the contrary.Nonetheless, the blogosphere rediscovered that archaic bit of status quo this week after old language in a new bill targeted at animal abusers prompted widespread social media outrage at the Michigan legislature for trying to ban certain kinds of nookie when they should be figuring out how to help the people of Flint get safe drinking water. Rick Jones, R-Grand Ledge, is part of a bipartisan bill package called "Logan's Law," which is meant to keep animal abusers from being able to adopt pets by giving Michigan shelters access to a database called the Internet Criminal History Access Tool (ICHAT). Supreme Court tossed nationwide sodomy laws that criminalized consensual homosexual sex when deciding the case Lawrence v. Just last year, the high court followed that up by ruling the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage.Staff will serve the citizens of Menominee County with honesty and integrity while answering all calls of assistance and maintaining a safe, secure, and humane facility for our inmates.Through theses efforts we will insure a safe community in which we can live, work, and raise our children.
22 a note that read: "Jumping off the gw bridge sorry." On Wednesday, his Facebook page was accessible only to friends.
The legislature has been trying to pass "Logan's Law" -- so named for a husky that was tortured and killed with acid -- for several years. 220, the two-bill package passed the Senate on Jan. 219 amends the existing state penal code, it includes antiquated, non-enforced language that says any person committing "the abominable and detestable crime against nature either with mankind or with any animal" could be convicted of a felony punishable by 15 years in prison. 5, the New Civil Rights Movement blog wrote a piece headlined "Michigan Senate Passes Bill Saying Sodomy Is A Felony Punishable By 15 Years in Prison," which sparked a flurry of Facebook shares, tweets, aggregations and repackaged stories about lawmakers reaffirming an unconstitutional ban on anal sex. "Totally false." Although Michigan does technically outlaw sodomy, it's a meaningless restriction. "Many of these old laws are not removed, left on the books and are meaningless," said Jones. The police know you can't enforce a ban on consensual adult sodomy." So, why is the ban still on the books?
A proposed statewide abuser registry that was considered too unwieldy tripped up earlier versions. 28 by a vote of 37 to 1 and was referred to the House judiciary committee. The bill passed the Senate with that language, which has been in the Logan's Law bill for several years now because Michigan is one of more than a dozen states with a sodomy ban still on the books, an archaic 85-year-old law that's part of the state penal code, Act 328 of 1931. Basically, because no lawmaker thus far has the courage to try and remove the word "with mankind" from the law.
"If you were to take the word 'mankind' out of Michigan sodomy laws, that would affect sodomy as a rape, sodomy on children," Jones said.
"I'm certainly not about to legalize pedophilia." Getting into the weeds on unenforceable sodomy language threatens a bill that lawmakers have been pushing for several years, said Jones.