CALIFORNIA TO CURTAIL TRAFFIC STOPS

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California Highway Patrol officers no longer will search vehicles without a good reason to suspect a crime. The state made the change to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by protesters of racial profiling. California is the first law enforcement agency in the U.S. to voluntarily stop asking motorists for permission to search vehicles, says the
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