Second Chance Day on the Hill is Tuesday, March 15th
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Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Christ Lutheran Church on Capitol Hill,

105 University Ave W, St Paul.

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MN Second Chance Day on the Hill 2016 Outline of Events
Second Chance Press Conference: 9:00am-9:30am, State Office Building, Room TBA
Second Chance Day on the Hill Rally: 10:00am-11:00am at the Christ Lutheran Church on Capitol Hill
Legislative Visits: 11:00am- throughout the day
Bus Locations:
Duluth, St. Cloud, Rochester and the Metro.  Updated location info will be posted here, on our website, and social media. 

Frustrated by the state of our criminal justice system?  
The Second Chance Coalition has been building momentum for change at the legislature.  In 2013 we helped pass the statewide expansion of Ban-The-Box, and last year we helped to reform Minnesota's expungement laws to allow for meaningful second chances.  Be a part of the movement this year as we work to expand voting rights for people who have been disenfranchised by a felony conviction and reduce the severity of Minnesota's drug sentencing laws. You can make a difference.  Meet with state law makers & rally support for criminal justice reform. For more information, please see the Second Chance Coalitions Legislative Agenda.

Gov. Dayton signed the juvenile and criminal records expungement bill into law May 14, 2014. Designed to help individuals rebuild their lives after contact with the criminal justice system, the legislation will provide thousands of Minnesotans with meaningful second chances. After recent MN Supreme Court decisions, many criminal and juvenile records were prohibited from expungement, indefinitely impairing access to basic needs, such as employment and housing. Criminal records have potentially devastating consequences for family formation, social cohesion, and life prospects. By providing reasonable and meaningful relief from these records, thousands of Minnesotans will have better opportunities for employment, housing, and education. For more information on the law and resources for assistance, visit the Council on Crime and Justice website at: Expungement