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 . . .

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