PA Advances Bill to Seal Minor Criminal Records

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A first-of-its-kind bill that would seal criminal records for minor offenses passed unanimously in Pennsylvania's Senate, reports Philly.com. The measure moves to the State House, where there is less support. Gov. Tom Wolf has promised to sign the legislation. “By automatically removing the stain of a criminal record for nonviolent misdemeanors after . . .

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