Senator Jordan testifies before the committee.
Columbus - 
State Senator Kris Jordan (R- Powell) appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee this afternoon to urge support for Senate Bill 299, legislation that would prohibit a record involving a public corruption offense from being sealed until all conditions of the sentence have been fulfilled. "It is important that we continue to act to ensure the integrity of every office of government," Jordan said. "Simply put, once an official has been convicted of a violation of the public trust, they should not be able to restore that privilege by sealing the record and pretending it never happened."
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