Racial Ticketing Gaps Found In Ma. Profiling Study

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Minorities are disproportionately ticketed and searched by police officers in dozens of Massachusetts communities, a state-funded report has found. The Boston Globe says the widest gap in ticketing was in Milton, just south of Boston. Minorities received 58 percent of the traffic tickets there; an estimated 16 percent of the drivers are minorities. In Boston,
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