PA Bill Number: HB2440
Title: Providing for the designation of shooting ranges, sportsman clubs, hunting facilities and business relating to the sale and production of firearms ...
Description: Providing for the designation of shooting ranges, sportsman clubs, hunting facilities and business relating to the sale and production of firear ...
Last Action: Veto No. 16
Last Action Date: Nov 25, 2020
Title: Fair Chance for Youth Act of 2015
Subject: Civil actions and liability: Criminal investigation, prosecution, interrogation: Criminal justice information and records: Drug trafficking and controlled substances: Evidence and witnesses: Federal district courts: Government information and archives: Juvenile crime and gang violence: Personnel records: Crime and law enforcement
Description: Fair Chance for Youth Act of 2015 This bill amends the federal criminal code to establish a process to expunge and seal certain youth criminal records. A youth is an individual who was arrested, prosecuted, or sentenced for a criminal offense committed at age 21 or younger. A youth may petition to expunge records related to: (1) a misdemeanor conviction, (2) a nonviolent felony drug conviction, (3) a conviction for any nonviolent offense committed prior to attaining age 18, or (4) an arrest or prosecution for a nonviolent offense that is disposed of. A youth may petition to seal records related to: (1) a nonviolent conviction, (2) a conviction for any offense committed prior to attaining age 18, and (3) an arrest or prosecution for a nonviolent offense that is disposed of. Each federal district court must establish a Youth Offense Expungement and Sealing Review Board to review, evaluate on the merits, and make recommendations to grant or deny expungement and sealing petitions. The Court must consider and decide each petition for which it receives a Review Board recommendation. The Department of Justice must report on the number of: (1) expungement and sealing petitions granted and denied, and (2) times a U.S. attorney supported or opposed an expungement or sealing petition. This bill's provisions apply to youth regardless of whether such youth became involved in the federal criminal justice system before, on, or after enactment.
Session: 114th Congress
Last Action: Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations.
Last Action Date: September 8, 2015
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44 sponsors: Sheila Jackson-Lee (D); John Conyers (D); Karen Bass (D); Corrine Brown (D); Judy Chu (D); David Cicilline (D); Lacy Clay (D); Yvette Clarke (D); Steve Cohen (D); Bonnie Coleman (D); Danny Davis (D); Theodore Deutch (D); Donna Edwards (D); Raul Grijalva (D); Janice Hahn (D); Hakeem Jeffries (D); Henry Johnson (D); Barbara Lee (D); Zoe Lofgren (D); Jerrold Nadler (D); Eleanor Norton (D); Donald Payne (D); Pedro Pierluisi (N); Charles Rangel (D); Cedric Richmond (D); Jose Serrano (D); Chris Van Hollen (D); Frederica Wilson (D); G. Butterfield (D); Marc Veasey (D); Keith Ellison (D); Scott Peters (D); Maxine Waters (D); Ruben Hinojosa (D); Juan Vargas (D); Al Green (D); Joaquin Castro (D); Jared Polis (D); Terri Sewell (D); Gwen Moore (D); Mia Love (R); Grace Napolitano (D); Suzan DelBene (D); Raul Labrador (R)
|House||Sep 8 2015||Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations.|
|House||Jul 22 2015||Introduced in House|
|House||Jul 22 2015||Referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary.|
|Introduced||Jul 25 2015||federal bill text||bill text|
|There are no amendments to this bill at this time|
Committee Name: Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, And Investigations
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