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Bill for National Volunteer Background Checks


The House of Representatives is close to passing a bill that would establish national background checks for volunteers. If passed, it would require anyone, staff and volunteers, who wants to work with children, the elderly or the disabled would have to submit their fingerprints to be checked against the FBI’s database. This bill would protect these vulnerable people from predators and abuse on a national scale.

This bill would change the the National Child Protection Act of 1993, which directed states to report all felonies and misdemeanors of a serious nature, especially those involving abuse, to the FBI’s national criminal history records.

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Source: One America News

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