Amber Miller admits she was no angel. She hung out with the wrong crowd. She used drugs.
When she was 20, she went to prison for stealing $30 from her grandmother.
But 12 years later, she is still labeled as a felon. And that's hurt her ability to find work.
A bi-partisan group of state lawmakers is sponsoring a "second chance" bill. It would allow first-time, non-violent felons to ask a judge to expunge their record a certain time after release.