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New laws help ex-inmates in Ohio find jobs

One more thing, myself is one word not my self. No problem helping you :)

October 5, 2012 at 10:09 p.m. suggest removal

New laws help ex-inmates in Ohio find jobs

You wouldn't stoop so low? You just characterized a group of people, clearly pointing out their mistakes. You have four companies or you have four jobs at ALL your companies? How many jobs would that be? Prove you have one company? I own commercial and residential real estate and I can prove it, can you? Any websites? Company names? I also serve on a state wide board of directors and I chair the board of a nonprofit that helps ex-offenders. Additionally, one of my colleagues worked on that bill. I can prove all this as well. Furthermore, never use I and myself consecutively, very poor grammar!

October 5, 2012 at 10:06 p.m. suggest removal

New laws help ex-inmates in Ohio find jobs

@vinytalk, who said anyone was giving felons jobs? The article clearly states that they are removing barriers for
ex-offenders. No one is being put in the front of the line, they are TRYING to allow people to get in the line. If you feel so threatened, you should consider going back to school. Also, if you could correctly use grammar, prehaps you wouldn't worry so much about additional competition. It's always narrow minded people, like you, who are always asking why do they commit crimes? Why don't they just get jobs? I feel sorry for you if you're worried about an ex-offender taking a job you're trying to obtain, speaks to your lack of skills. Happy Hunting

October 5, 2012 at 6:15 p.m. suggest removal

New laws help ex-inmates in Ohio find jobs

@vinytalk, who said anyone was giving felons jobs? The article clearly states that they are removing barriers for
ex-offenders. No one is being put in the front of the line, they are TRYING to allow people to get in the line. If you feel so threatened, you should consider going back to school. Also, if you could correctly use grammer, prehaps you wouldn't worry so much about additional competition. It's always narrow minded people, like you, who are always asking why do they commit crimes? Why don't they just get jobs? I feel sorry for you if you're worried about an ex-offender taking a job you're trying to obtain, speaks to your lack of skills. Happy Hunting

October 5, 2012 at 6:02 p.m. suggest removal

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