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Washington, DC amends Human Rights Act of 1977 with restrictions on credit reports
California further restricts the use of criminal history with new regulations.
There is a growing trend to enhance pay equity laws by restricting the use of salary history.
California continues to impact employers with Ban the Box and salary history inquiry restrictions.
Maine employers can no longer refuse to employ individuals who test positive for marijuana.
Washington State and the City of Spokane have passed "ban‐the‐box" laws to limit when employers can inquire into and consider the criminal history of a job applicant.
On April 3, 2018 the City of San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed an amendment to better align with the requirements of California’s statewide Fair Chance Act (AB 1008).
Massachusetts amended the prior Ban-the-Box legislation by placing further restrictions on an employer’s inquiry into, and use of, criminal history in making employment decisions.
Legislators in Westchester County, New York amended Chapter 700 of the Laws of Westchester County related to prohibiting discrimination based on an individual’s arrest record or criminal conviction.