Excerpted from wearegreenbay.com, by Kris Schuller

An ordinance to permanently prevent Brown County job applicants from being asked if they’ve been convicted of a crime, goes before the county board soon. Local news reports those behind it believe it’s a policy whose time has come.

Brown County Supervisor Mark Becker is out to make a change.

“This is a common-sense thing, this is an easy thing to do,” said Becker.

Making permanent through ordinance – a policy Brown County’s Human Resources director started last month.

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