In the wake of some recent stories toting the perceived benefits of fingerprint checks for workers, CDIA wants to remind readers…

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Today, Lyft co-founder and president, John Zimmer, gave an interview on WBUR’s Here & Now.  In that interview he discussed how…

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A new study from Robert Clifford, an economist at the Boston Fed, and Daniel Shoag, an assistant professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School, “finds…

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We noted before the case of Enio Ruben Tablas.  There is an update in this case.  In March 2016, Mr. Tablas…

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The Uniform Law Commission’s Criminal Records Accuracy Drafting Committee, to which CDIA has been an official observer for a couple of years…

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There has been a lot of unfair criticism lodged against companies like Uber and Lyft, for their criminal background checks.  Yet,…

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An Advisory Committee to the Minnesota Supreme Court is considering problematic rules changes that could limit the access to court records…

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The National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL) approved a resolution in support of common-sense criminal background checks for transportation network…

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CDIA had an opinion piece published in the Albuquerque Journal. That city’s school board is considering mandatory fingerprint-based background checks for…

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I am glad that more attention is being paid to reintegrating ex-offenders in to the workplace.  The story below from the…

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