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The Kentucky reentry programs page used to have voting information. This was moved to our Voting Rights page.[line]
Kentucky Reentry Programs and Assistance Information
National HIRE Network – “Established by the Legal Action Center in 2001, the National Helping Individuals with criminal records Re-enter through Employment (H.I.R.E.) Network is both a national clearinghouse for information and an advocate for policy change.”
Kentuckiana Works – “KentuckianaWorks invests millions of dollars in providing workforce education and training for area residents. We also invest in organizations that provide education, training and employment services to job seekers and employers. Some of our workforce initiatives are described below.”
Kentucky Reentry Council – “The mission of the Kentucky Reentry Council is to coordinate resources in the community in our best efforts to provide assistance for offenders, ex-offenders and their families that will facilitate a better transition from incarceration back into society.”
Office of Employment and Training – ” The Office of Employment and Training, in cooperation with its partners, shall provide qualified people for jobs, quality jobs for people, temporary financial support for the unemployed, comprehensive labor market information, and preserve the integrity and viability of the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund, thus promoting the economic well-being of the Commonwealth.”
Louisville Metro Re-entry Task Force – “Our members have the goal of helping people become successful in joining the community. There can be many hurdles on the way such as employment, housing, education, and addictions to name a few. Our members may be able to assist you in making those hurdles easier.”[line]
Ack! Thanks for this. That’s actually the info on Virginia’s voting rights. Sorry, still working out the kinks here.
Quote: Voting Rights: On May 29, 2013, Governor Bob McDonnell announced that he will automatically restore the ability to vote to all nonviolent felons… End Quote.
Governor Bob McDonnell? We’ve never had a Governor by that name….