Rep. Travis Couture gives passionate speech to protect communities from sexually violent predators


Rep. Travis Couture, R-Allyn, argues for an amendment to House Bill 2099, a bill requiring the state to help inmates and civilly committed individuals, including sexually violent predators (SVPs) from McNeil Island get a state ID card or Driver License when released from custody. Couture argued for an amendment that would require state ID cards for SVPs to include a designation indicating they are sexually violent predators.

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