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February 8, 2013

Indiana House passes criminal records expungement bill

Some class B and C felonies could be erased by judges if law passes

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INDIANAPOLIS —

In the Senate, the bill is sponsored by two powerful conservative Republicans, Senate Judiciary Chairman Brent Steele and Senate Corrections and Criminal Law Chairman Mike Young, along with two Democrats, Sen. Earline Rogers of Gary and Sen. Greg Taylor of Indianapolis. 

“These are people who typically have diametrically opposed views,” McMillin said. “What it means is that we have people from all aspects looking this thing favorably and who are ready to move on it.”

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