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L.A. wants to delay when employers may ask about criminal histories

A Los Angeles City Council committee voted Tuesday to prohibit most employers in the city from asking about a job applicant’s criminal history until after a conditional offer has been made. State and local governments in California are already prevented from asking whether a person has ever been...
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