Clean Slate Laws

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Clean Slate Laws

Clean Slate Laws are associated with a campaign by civil rights groups and fair chance advocates to automatically remove certain criminal records from public view, allowing applicants to have their past criminal records expunged.

The intention for Clean Slate Laws is to remove obstacles that make it harder for ex-offenders to find a job. These policies aim to give people a second chance at employment and housing. 

This information is presented for general educational purposes and is provided solely for the convenience of its readers. It is not a substitute for legal advice. Consultation with qualified legal counsel is recommended for all matters of employment law.

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