Is All ‘Evidence’ equal?

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      elizabeth varsa

      There is much discussion and correct demand for ‘evidence based’ decisions regarding Covid-19, a novel coronavirus now afflicting many countries in the world and afflicting many, many people both medically and economically.
      There is a decade plus ‘evidence based’ literature regarding sex offenders and their low recidivism rates which exists but which is routinely ignored by legislators. Here, emotion and vote getting rules, to the detriment of a small minority of people and their families. This emotion and vote getting costs the country millions of wasted dollars on an annual basis, with no documentation (i.e. evidence) of its effectiveness.
      So, must RSO’s register in person, to the possible detriment of their health, to distance themselves and those who register them from a novel virus whose effects are not yet clear whose ‘evidence’ is still developing? Or must they register in person because of already developed abundant ‘evidence’ that the entire process makes no sense?
      Some ‘evidence, apparently is more equal than other ‘evidence’.

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