DETROIT - The Detroit City Council on Tuesday unanimously passed the "ban the box" ordinance, which is aimed at expanding job opportunities to ex-felons.
The ordinance eliminates the question, "Have you ever been convicted of a crime?" from job applications associated with city work.
The goal is to allow ex-felons an opportunity to apply for jobs without the fear of being pre-judged.
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