Living Intown Magazine – a product of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Gain an insider’s perspective into the unique neighborhoods of in town Atlanta. Our lifestyle magazine explores all the things that make in-town living so appealing – from restaurants and attractions to the neighborhoods and their distinct personalities. Available on your desktop, tablet and smartphone and at select outlets around town. AJC launches Breakdown, a new podcast series Follow the twists and turns of a case that some say landed an innocent man in prison. Subscribers get exclusive access to new episodes each Sunday - plus digital extras including character backgrounds, video interviews, photo galleries, court...
Mayor Bill de Blasio signed a bill on Monday banning employers from asking questions about the criminal backgrounds of most job applicants before they make a conditional job offer. “Today, we ban the box in New York City,” de Blasio said during a bill signing ceremony in City Hall’s Blue Room. “This will open the door to jobs to New Yorkers who have paid their debt to society rather than condemning them to constant economic struggle.” The bill, also known as the Fair Chance Act, was sponsored by Councilman Jumaane Williams and will prohibit discrimination based on a person’s arrest record or criminal convictions.
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