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  • May 16 — A Tennessee teacher convicted of the statutory rape of a student in 2007 has had his teaching license reinstated after a lengthy legal battle. The teacher had his criminal record expunged in 2011 which allowed him to win a court case against the State Board of Education.
  • May 12 — New York City Bans Employers from Asking about Salary History in Job Interviews
  • May 04 — Indiana’s governor signed an executive order banning the box for jobs in the public sector. The order makes Indiana the 27th state to implement a ban the box policy at the state level.
  • May 02 — An Indiana healthcare management company is facing a lawsuit from a woman whose job offer from the company was rescinded last year. The woman alleges that the company did not follow FCRA protocol when using contents of her background check report to disqualify her from consideration.
  • April 28 — A school district in Georgia planned to run randomized drug and alcohol tests on its bus drivers after one county bus driver was arrested for a DUI. According to a lawyer consulted by the local Board of Education, the policy might conflict with court precedent.
  • April 20 — Massachusetts recently ran background checks on thousands of drivers who contract for ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft. More than 8,000 people failed the checks for reasons ranging from felonies to sex offender statuses to suspended licenses.
  • April 10 — Oregon legislators have proposed a bill that would allow ridesharing companies to operate statewide. The bill’s critics argue that it doesn’t call for fingerprint background checks and would make it difficult for local municipalities to impose their own regulations.
  • April 06 — Idaho State University recently instituted a background check policy for faculty members and other full-time staff. Previously, the school only conducted reference checks.
  • April 03 — An Illinois man has been sentenced to three years in prison for failing to register as a sex offender and working as a youth sports referee. The state legislature is considering a bill that would require more in-depth background checks for licensed sporting officials.
  • March 13 — A Denver hospital was in the headlines last year for hiring a surgery technician who stole syringes of the painkiller fentanyl. New information suggests that a more thorough background check could have flagged the man’s addiction issues.