Indiana Law Takes a Bite Out of Criminal Background Checks

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A new Indiana law limits certain types of criminal history information available to employers conducting background checks. The new law provides that, effective July 1, 2012, ex-offenders who have "restricted" records can state on a job application that they have not been convicted, found guilty or committed a crime.

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