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The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (“IDFPR”) has streamlined the license application process for people with criminal convictions. Making the language used in applications more simple and straightforward is just one of the measures implemented. The move is part of a wider plan by Governor Bruce Rauner and the Illinois Criminal Justice Reform Commission to remove unnecessary barriers to those convicted of crimes from obtaining professional licenses.
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