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The content for the State Rules Register is written by Mr. Larry Henry. The content for the rest of the CRAHelpDesk was written by and is managed by BRB Publications.

Larry Henry is a practicing attorney specializing in employment law and has represented consumer reporting agencies for over 30 years. His background in criminal, employment and Fair Credit Reporting Act laws provides him with the necessary experience to address background screening issues. Larry has served on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Professional Background Screeners and is a frequent speaker on FCRA issues.

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This product is collection of information on the subject of reportable/useable public record information. Please note that the Register is not to be considered legal advice. The facts in any situation may lead to a different result when statutes are interpreted by the courts. If you have specific questions in a state where you may have clients, you should contact a counsel within that state.