Alabama now has a law that requires chemical castration for convicted child sex offenders before they are released from prison.
The controversial bill signed into law by Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, requires convicted offenders who abused a child under the age of 13 to take drugs for castration as a condition for parole.
Offenders will also be required to pay for the treatment.
Alabama is not the only state to require chemical castration for sex offenders. California, Florida, Louisiana, Montana, Wisconsin and Oregon have passed similar laws.
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