Strengthen the Economy

The economy would regain the $87 billion in GDP and 1.9 million workers that are lost when people with a criminal history are excluded from the labor market.

Increase Public Safety

In Illinois, steady employment led to a 62% reduction in recidivism among individuals with a record.

Increase Employment

A University of Michigan study found that a cleared record increased likelihood of employment by 11% and wages by 22% within the first year.

Reduce Barriers

4.2 million people face lifetime barriers due to Georgia's narrow law. [Read more]