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Pardons Available for Past Cannabis Possession Convictions in Canada

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government announced that Canada has started pardoning individuals whose only criminal record is a simple cannabis possession conviction Read More

California enacts Consumer Privacy Act (Assembly Bill 375)


On June 28, 2018, Gov. Jerry Brown signed the California Consumer Privacy Act (the "Act") into law, with the stated purpose of increasing consumer data privacy and disclosure requirements for businesses that collect personal information. Read More

California employers can no longer ask job applicants about salary history


California joined several states and localities in passing legislation that will require all California employers to refrain from asking for or seeking salary history information from job applicants. Read More

NYC releases fact sheets on upcoming salary history inquiry ban


With the Oct. 31, 2017 effective date fast approaching, the NYC Commission on Human Rights recently released two fact sheets that address applicants’ rights and employers’ responsibilities under the new law which will prohibit private employers in the city from asking job applicants about their salary histories. Read More

Two cities vote to drop salary history question from their applications


Los Angeles and Nashville both voted to prohibit city departments from asking job applicants for their salary histories. Read More

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