Denver Blacks Stopped More In Non-Moving Citations

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Denver records show that blacks, who make up less than 12 percent of the population, are pulled over proportionally far more than whites on “nonmoving” violations, such as a broken taillight or suspicious activity, reports the Denver Post. Police say suspicious activity can include people gathered around a parked car. The data come from a
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