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Cahill seeks law to ban firms from checking job seekers’ credit

HELP FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS State Treasurer Timothy Cahill said the bill would increase the hiring prospects for people with past credit problems. HELP FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS
State Treasurer Timothy Cahill said the bill would increase the hiring prospects for people with past credit problems.
Globe Staff And Wire Services / July 28, 2010

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Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill, the independent candidate for governor, said yesterday he wants to create a law that would bar employers from using credit checks to screen job applicants. (Full article: 317 words)

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