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Affiliated institutions: Cornell University

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Description: The research team is examining how state collateral consequence policies (SCCP) impact the health of justice-involved populations, including those with arrest, conviction, and incarceration records. These SCCPs are additional legal sanctions placed on people with a criminal background, which can cause ineligibility for employment and occupational licensing, as well as government benefits like public housing, educational grants, or occupational licensure. By identifying state policy components that cause the most harm to vulnerable groups, the team aims to highlight multiple points of intervention to advance racial equity and promote health.


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