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Why are we scared? Why do we judge people that we don't even know?
People that live in misery want to see others in the same condition. For some, happiness only comes when they feel like they have power or control over others.
Can a person that sold some drugs over a decade ago not be forgiven? Can a person that harassed wild life not be forgiven? I believe we all know the answer, its common sense; yes.
Instead of keeping our foot on someone’s neck we should be encouraging those to reconnect with their communities and allow them the freedom to do so. Nobody wins when we repress individuals from achieving a higher goal.
The goal of this bill is to allow individuals that made a mistake in their life to become whole again and not live in fear of not being able to get employment.
If we can trust our judicial system to prosecute we should have enough trust to believe that they can determine if someone should have a second chance at life. We all win with this one.
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