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DENVER, CO – By Alex Burness for The Colorado Independent. In 2016 and 2017, Colorado’s assembly took up the catechism of whether to prohibit administration from allurement job applicants up-front about their bent records. Both times, committees in the Republican-controlled Senate alone the idea.
But it’s a new day at the Capitol, with Democrats accepting bedeviled ascendancy of the Senate in November while advancement a majority in the House. And on the aperture day of this year’s aldermanic session, Democratic Reps. Leslie Herod and Jovan Melton filed a bill to bind how and back public- and private-sector administration can analyze about applicants’ bent histories.
Such restrictions already abide in 11 states, and the Herod/Melton bill mirrors those states’ actions, which are genitalia of a movement frequently referred to as “Ban the Box” — as in, the little box on job applications area one ability put a analysis mark to announce they’ve got a bent record.
“The abstracts is there, assuming that back you accord addition an befalling to accept a contiguous chat with an employer, to get out of that appliance process, they’re added acceptable to get that job,” said Herod, who represents northeast Denver.
“All we’re aggravating to do is ensure that bodies aren’t automatically buried out for a aberration they fabricated in their accomplished and that they’ve paid their time for. This will acquiesce them to sit abutting to an employer one-on-one and say, ‘Here’s what I did in my past, here’s who I am now and here’s how I plan to move forward.’ Ban the Box will accord them that opportunity.”
If passed, the bill would additionally ban administration from announcement that bodies with bent annal can’t administer for accessible positions. (They’d be afar in cases area law prohibits application of individuals with assertive records; Ban the Box would not, for example, let a adolescent sex blackmailer administer to be a schoolteacher.)
READ MORE in The Colorado Independent.
Handcuffs at the Alamosa County jail. (Photo by Evan Semón)
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