N.C. Department of Transportation workers repair a stretch of I-95 in Johnston County following a traffic accident in October 2016. Supporters of a “Ban the Box” bill in the General Assembly want to open up more jobs like these to people with criminal records who are trying to turn their lives around.
N.C. Department of Transportation workers repair a stretch of I-95 in Johnston County following a traffic accident in October 2016. Supporters of a “Ban the Box” bill in the General Assembly want to open up more jobs like these to people with criminal records who are trying to turn their lives around. jdjackson@newsobserver.com Drew Jackson
N.C. Department of Transportation workers repair a stretch of I-95 in Johnston County following a traffic accident in October 2016. Supporters of a “Ban the Box” bill in the General Assembly want to open up more jobs like these to people with criminal records who are trying to turn their lives around. jdjackson@newsobserver.com Drew Jackson
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