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Michael Thomas Futrell (born January 27, 1982) is an American politician from Virginia.A member of the Democratic Party, Futrell served a term in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the second district.Futrell went on to accept a full athletic scholarship to Lindsey Wilson College, where he was co-captain his senior year.Futrell graduated with a degree in secondary education in 2007.Partnered together, we’re working to build new career paths, expand opportunities for care, and give you the latest training and information – so you can do your best. ADHA helps you be the best you can be..the ones who count on you most.ADHA membership includes subscriptions to access to major industry publications, access to hundreds of hours of continuing education, and dozens of scholarships, grants and events. Contact the Membership Division with any questions or information requests at 312-440-8900.This movement persuaded the Governor to ban the felony check box on applications in Virginia, helping to expand the job applicant pool.
As a Delegate, Futrell represented the 2nd district of Virginia, which encompasses Prince William County and some of Stafford County.
This new practice eliminates from job applications a requirement that applicants disclose felony convictions through marking a checkbox, in order to give each person with a previous felony a better chance to follow a law-abiding life through gainful employment.
Futrell also sponsored bills focusing on the state infrastructure fund, various veteran's issues, and reforming healthcare in Virginia.
At the top of the Make the Future agenda for 2015 was expansion of its gender-based generational mentoring programs, the Legacy Lectures and the Wisdom Brunches, as well as increasing the number of adults who will commit to becoming mentors in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
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