Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts (N2N-MA) members stood alongside Governor Patrick on August 6, 2010 as he signed CORI (criminal record) Reform into law. With this signing, Massachusetts has become the second state in the nation to prohibit both public and private employers from asking about a person’s criminal record on an initial job application.
Neighbor to Neighbor members talk about why they vote prior to the 2010 elections.
N2N members and staff share their reflections as the last minutes of the 2010 session wind down and the CORI bill receives final approval in the House and Senate.
On May 15, 2010, N2N members and staff from around the state gathered to develop a shared narrative for the organization.
N2N members share their immediate reactions and emotions after CORI Reform was passed by the House of Representatives on May 26, 2010. This was the biggest hurdle to winning a campaign that was over 10 years in the making.
N2N members join hundreds of people from across the state at a rally for CORI Reform on the State House steps.