The future of criminal records
One in three Americans has a criminal record that will show up during routine background checks, whether it's for a job or to rent a house. Now, states across the country are tackling this issue by making it easier to erase or expunge those crimes from their record — with Michigan set to soon enact the country's first and most expansive expungement law.
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Guests: Axios' Jennifer Kingson, Dan Primack and Mike Allen
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