Black Men Get More Tickets From Massachusetts Cops

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http://www.boston.com/globe/metro/packages/tickets/072003.shtml http://www.boston.com/globe/metro/packages/tickets/072103.shtml In subjective encounters between police officers and drivers in Massachusetts, the Boston Globe reports, the difference between a costly ticket and a pain-free warning is closely linked with the race, sex, and age of the driver. On city boulevards and rural lanes, whites are far more likely than minorities to receive written warnings
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