The A.P. reports:
The parents of a 17-year-old girl who was killed after vanishing in a park began campaigning Tuesday for a law that aims to strengthen oversight of child sex predators.
Brent and Kelly King said in an interview they will begin their effort in Sacramento by backing a state bill being called Chelsea’s Law in honor of their daughter.
The bill is expected to be introduced next month in the state Legislature.
The Kings also want to see changes in federal law. If that fails, they intend to work state-by-state for heightened electronic monitoring and other measures targeting sex offenders such as the one charged with the murder of their daughter.