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Ex-Convicts Challenge Law Limiting Employment Opportunities

In the state of Pennsylvania a handful of individuals with old criminal records are suing the state to get the right to work in what is considered a “covered facility.” According to the Older Adult Protective Services Act, individuals that have any kind of criminal record are banned from full time employment for life within nursing or group homes. Just in Pennsylvania there are over 200,000 people that have clean records after a conviction that was at least 10 years old. These individuals are suing to remove this ban and to allow employers to make their own hiring decisions regarding an applicant’s background and past convictions.

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