New Arizona law on sealing criminal records may help some renters, but there are limitations

A new Arizona law will give those with a criminal background a chance to seal their records, which may expand access to jobs and housing – but the complexity of the process and longevity of online information may hinder the law’s impact. (Alex Gould/Cronkite News)

A new Arizona law will give those with a criminal background a chance to seal their records, which may expand access to jobs and housing – but the complexity of the process and longevity of online information may hinder the law’s impact. (Alex Gould/Cronkite News)

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