Felony Box Ban Isn’t Enough for Advocates 

Debate continues over the city's plan to remove the felony question from job applications.

The ban-the-box ordinance passed unanimously by City Council last week was created with people like Terry Johnson in mind. The measure removes questions about past felony convictions from certain city job applications — in theory eliminating a barrier to employment for Johnson,…

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