After Racial Disparity Report, NC City Won’t Stop Drivers On Minor Charges

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Police Chief Wayne Scott of Greensboro, N.C., ordered his officers to stop pulling over motorists for minor infractions involving vehicle flaws like broken taillights, an action he called a step toward eliminating “alarming” racial disparities in traffic stops, the New York Times reports. The directive followed an article in the Times last month that documented
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