The Fair Credit Reporting Act in Kansas

Chapter 50, Article 7 (KS 50-704) provides that no credit reporting agency  shall report an arrest or conviction beyond 7 years unless the job sought pays in excess of $75,000.  This law was enacted in 1974 and is therefore effective.

Kansas also has a statute regarding security freezes and the rights of consumers to obtain and control a security freeze on their credit file.

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