A BILL TO REHABILITATE NONVIOLENT CRIMINALS

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Title of Legislation *
A BILL TO REHABILITATE NONVIOLENT CRIMINALS
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BE IT ENACTED BY THE STUDENT CONGRESS HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
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The United States Federal Government will mandate that all records of federal nonviolent criminals and their crimes are erased when they have completed their sentence and have been released back into society.
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All employers will be prohibited from asking if a job applicant has been convicted of a nonviolent crime.
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States that comply with these policies will receive a 5% increase in federal infrastructure funding.
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“Erase” is defined as completely wiping out all records of these crimes and their access to the public, including to employers.
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“Nonviolent crimes” are defined as crimes that do not involve the use of force or injury towards another person.
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The United States Department of Justice will oversee the implementation of this legislation.
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The Federal Bureau of Prisons will enforce this legislation and coordinate implementation.
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This legislation shall take effect immediately upon passage.
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All laws in conflict with this legislation are hereby declared null and void.
Respectfully Submitted, Name of School *
The Mary Louis Academy

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