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These five New York State legislative proposals were introduced in September, 2005 at the Increasing Public Safety: NuEntry and Employment Conference co-sponsored by the NuLeadership Policy Group and the National H.I.R.E. Network.


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  • Proposals to Secure Fair Employment and Occupational Licensing Opportunities for Qualified Individuals with Histories of Criminal Justice System Involvement

  • Proposed Amendment to Article 23A of Correction Law § 750-755 to Limit Unfair Discrimination Against Persons Previously Convicted of One or More Criminal Offenses.

  • Proposal to Amend the Human Rights Law So That Individuals with Confidential Youthful Offender Adjudications and Sealed Convictions for Non-Criminal Offenses are Protected Against Discrimination

  • Proposed Amendment to Criminal Procedure Law § 160.60 To Correct Unforeseen Gaps in Sealing Law Protections

  • Proposal to Amend the Correction Law So That Applicants and their Attorneys Can Obtain Copies of Reports Prepared Pursuant to Applications for Certificates of Relief from Disabilities

  • Memorandum of Support of Bill to Limit the Amount of Time Criminal Conviction History Remains on the Department of Correction’s Internet-Based Information Lookup

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