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Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2015’

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    CAUSE Weekly Wrap Up | 06

    Lawmakers Alarmed After Convicted Murderer Goes Through TSA PreCheck Airport Screening. How secure is the TSA pre-check process really? Full story here.   Lawsuit accuses Angie’s List of manipulating reviews. “Reviews you can trust”? It seems not. Full story here.   Police urge parents to …

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    CAUSE Weekly Wrap Up | 05

    Weinberg Bill Requiring International Backgrounds Checks for Doctors, Surgeons Advances. One doctor who was convicted of manslaughter in the UK has been practicing in New Jersey. Full story here.   Jury Awards Families of Murdered Employees Over $8 Million.  An employee murdered two co-workers after …

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    Out of Trouble, but Criminal Records Keep Men Out of Work | The New York Times

    By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM FEB. 28, 2015 Michael Hugh Mirsky landed a temporary job in December rolling stacks of crated milk and orange juice to the loading docks at a commercial dairy in central New Jersey. He’s not making much, and he doesn’t know how long it …

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    CAUSE Weekly Wrap Up | 04

    Sexual Predators Hidden in Federal Witness Protection Program. The crimes of some of those protected by the program include rape and sexual assault of children. Full story here.   Another city is trying to push Uber to better their safety standards.  Eugene, Oregon sues Uber to stop …

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    CAUSE Weekly Wrap Up | 03

    It was a very busy week in the news…let’s dive right in! CAUSE founder, Lucia Bone, was interviewed for a New York Times article about criminal records being barriers to employment. It was nice to have our side of the story heard to. Full article …

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