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NEW YORK -- Carl Stubbs, 63, stood outside New York City Council chambers Wednesday in anticipation of the council’s vote on the Fair Chance Act -- a bill that would delay when many of the city’s private sector employers can ask job applicants about their criminal history.
originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
a reply to: Krazysh0t
Right because everyone who goes to prison learns their lesson and comes out a better person.
Never mind the personal history and behaviour traits that put them there in the first place.
Now I'm not talking about the tens of thousands that get locked up on stupid drug charges but the murderers, rapists, violent offenders. And I'd really rather not have a known theif handling cash in a retail environment either.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
Guess what? Many of them are still going to run a background check and the more savvy employers will know what to say to you when the do not hire you to prevent a discrimination suit.