(Moderators, I can see several other places this might need to go, and wherever you move it I agree in advance. Is there a list somewhere of helpful organizations that I should add this to?).
"She is spearheading development of the Clean Slate Clearinghouse, scheduled for a summer 2017 rollout of its initial re-entry resources for the formerly incarcerated. The clearinghouse also aims to be a resource for advocates of the incarcerated who have no legal expertise, as well as policy analysts, policy makers, lawyers and lawmakers."
"It will provide state-by-state rules of clearing, correcting or expunging criminal records, a process that Nighly said goes by different names in different locales. Those clearances, as she calls them, broadly speaking, aim to make it easier for the incarcerated to have certain criminal convictions erased from the public record so they might find decent jobs, housing and so forth."
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