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SOUTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Sex offenders in one South Texas town are now required to put signs in their yards identifying themselves that way.

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The ordinance just passed in Gonzales. Most of the residents say they support it.

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The catch is it only covers new offenders or when a current offender changes their address.

It’s expected to take effect in about ten days.

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