Noon Wednesday: A Clean Slate

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Noon Wednesday: A Clean Slate

By Marisa Wojcik | Here & Now

May 26, 2021

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A criminal or court record can follow a person around and put up barriers to employment, housing and other opportunities, even if the person is eligible to have those records cleared. A new collaboration called Legal Interventions for Transforming Wisconsin aims to use technology to help people clear their records with a simple process. LIFT Wisconsin executive director Marsha Mansfield explains.


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