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"Roundup of second chance reforms, 2013-2016," Collateral Consequences Resource Center, February 8, 2017.

"How ‘Collateral Consequences’ Can Still Hurt After Prison," by Katti Gray, The Crime Report, February 6, 2017.

"Successful basketball coach with 15-year-old drug conviction challenges NCAA’s ‘No felons’ rule," by Tom Jackman, The Washington Post, January 23, 2017.

"How Detroit is helping inmates prepare for jobs," by Jennifer Dixon, Detroit Free Press, January 22, 2017.

"How Clearing Criminal Records Puts People to Work," by Jennifer Billock, CityLab, January 10, 2017.

"After Teenage Mistakes, Pardons Give Second Chances To Ex-Offenders," by Hansi Lo Wang, NPR, January 10, 2017.

"Court offers help clearing warrants for failing to appear in court," by Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun, January 9, 2017.

"Driver’s Licenses, Caught in the War on Drugs," by The Editorial Board, The New York Times, January 3, 2017.

"Ex-Prisoners Get an Advocate From Their Own Ranks," by Benjamin Weiser, The New York Times, December 22, 2016.

"Trading the ‘Ugliness’ of Drugs and Jail for Motherhood and College," by Emily Palmer, The New York Times, December 17, 2016.

"Opinion: I am one of the success stories from D.C.’s second-chance law for young offenders," by Eddie Ellis, The Washington Post, December 16, 2016.

"Two years after Prop 47, addicts walk free with nowhere to go," by Jill Castellano, Brett Kelman, Kristen Hwang, Cheri Carlson, Amy Wu, and Jenny Espino, USA TODAY Network-California, December 14, 2016.

"How a murder convict facing a life sentence became a D.C. mayoral appointee," by Justin Wm. Moyer, The Washington Post, December 12, 2016.

"‘It does not have to be this way’: Report slams services for former inmates returning to D.C.," by Justin Wm. Moyer, The Washington Post, December 12, 2016.

"Proposed law would bar D.C. landlords from automatically rejecting applicants with criminal convictions," by Paul Duggan, The Washington Post, December 11, 2016.

"An Organization Paves a Path Out of Rikers Island and Into the Job Market," by Sean Piccoli, The New York Times, December 11, 2016.

"New study critical of Virginia driver's license suspensions for drug offenses," by Frank Green, Richmond Times-Dispatch, December 10, 2016.

"The Ex-Con Scholars of Berkeley," by Larissa MacFarquhar, The New Yorker, December 6, 2016.

"Mug Shots Are Not Secret Records, Detroit Paper Tells Supreme Court," by Marcia Coyle, The National Law Journal, December 2, 2016.

"An Incubator for (Former) Drug Dealers," by Maura Ewing, Bloomberg, November 29, 2016.

"Race and Marijuana Arrests," by The Editorial Board, The New York Times, November 25, 2016.

"For The Wrongfully Convicted, Time Runs Short To Get Tax Relief," by Matt Ferner, The Huffington Post, November 21, 2016.

"How Nashville Man Cleared Of 'Homosexual Acts' Conviction Paves The Way," by Tony Gonzalez, Nashville Public Radio, November 16, 2016.

"Clean the slate in Pennsylvania," by Todd Spivak and Rebecca Canterbury, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 13, 2016.

"These people have been barred from voting today because they’re in debt," by Karin Martin and Anne Stuhldreher, The Washington Post, November 8, 2016.

"What It’s Like to Vote After Prison," by Rikha Sharma Rani, POLITICO Magazine, November 7, 2016.

"What It Feels Like When a Life Sentence Is Overturned," by James D. Walsh, New York Magazine, November 3, 2016.

"Disenfranchised in Florida," by Nadine Ajaka, The Atlantic, November 1, 2016.

"Agreed: Serve Your Time, Cast Your Ballot," by The Editorial Board, The New York Times, October 29, 2016.

"Column: ‘Invisible punishment’ hits ex-felons for life; DOJ, HUD fight blanket rental bias," by Joe Davidson, The Washington Post, October 27, 2016.

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