Ala. passes chemical castration bill


As I said previously, this won’t stop sexual predators. 

One thing will, but liberals are unwilling to do what it takes. 

“I argued and debated this particular bill because I felt that it was far-reaching to the extreme,” said State Rep. Juandalynn Givan, (D) Birmingham.” You have to deal with the mind of a predator, you don’t worry about the physical body parts, you have to deal with what makes them do what they do when they do it.”

If a person stops taking the drug, the effects can be reversed. However, according to the law, if an offender stops taking the medication they will be considered to be in violation of parole and will be returned to custody.