A bill that would lock up some convicted child molesters for life has cleared the state Assembly after lawmakers proclaimed that predators would never change their ways. The bill, known as Chelsea's Law, passed today with a 65-0 vote.
The bill is named after a 17-year-old girl who was murdered this year in a San Diego County park. A convicted child molester pleaded guilty to raping and killing Chelsea King and 14-year-old Amber
The measure now heads to the state Senate.