Governor Taft has signed into law Thursday a bill closing loopholes in Ohio’s Megan’s Law. The state Wednesday said it had identified nearly 1,000 convicted sex offenders who could be labeled sexual predictors, a designation that requires offenders to report their whereabouts to authorities for life. Officials reviewed inmates’ records after a convicted rapist murdered a Northeast Ohio teenager last year. The previous guidelines looked at anyone who assaulted a child under the age of 13. The new guidelines review all cases in which the victim was under 18.