Volume 5, Edition 5, May 2009

This Month’s Challenge is sponsored by:

FETCH Technologies



Answer: A, Nevada. Under Nevada Revised Statute Section 179B.270, employers typically may not use sex offender registry information for employment purposes. California also has a similar prohibition, however, there are some "exceptions" to California's restrictions.

Which of the following states generally preclude employers from using sex offender registry information in making employment decisions?

A. Nevada

B. Maryland

C. Minnesota

D. New York


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