To (1) require certain training to members of the Board of Pardons and Paroles and to require the board to provide a written explanation when denying a pardon, to streamline record erasure in the case of misdemeanors and certain felonies, (2) waive certain fees for applicants for a pardon, (3) allow for appointment of a deputy warden to serve as director of reentry services, (4) establish a reentry employment advisory committee, and (5) prohibit discrimination against a person based on such person's erased criminal history record information.
|2020-03-04||upper||REF. TO JOINT COMM. ON Judiciary|
|2020-03-05||upper||PUBLIC HEARING 0309|