Do Car Seizures For Small Offenses Hurt The Poor?

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A tough car-seizure law in Waukegan, Ill., has brought in $2 million and improved safety in its first year, city officials say. The Chicago Tribune reports that some Hispanics are complaining it disproportionately affects them. The ordinance allows police to seize cars of people accused of drunken driving or committing a felony like selling drugs
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