From Politico

Across the country, people with felony convictions face a daunting web of small obstacles to rebuilding normal lives. What will it take to fix?

Nationwide, 45,000 “collateral consequences” regulate the lives of people with criminal records, dictating where they may work, with whom they may live and how they may spend their time, according to a database of laws, policies and administrative sanctions compiled by the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice Section.

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