DAILY HERALD -- Jan 22 -- "It would be a benefit to the industry. You would provide a safer, more secure level of participation and entice more people to join dating services," said state Rep. John Bradley, a Marion Democrat, who's sponsoring the plan. Bradley, who's married, said he simply wants to make online dating safer. The driving force behind background checks is TRUE.com, which checks for criminal and marriage histories and threatens to go after those who lie. TRUE said checks can cost as little as $1.50. ~5% of people looking to join the site are rejected because they either fail criminal background screenings or they fail a marriage check.