Black San Diego Drivers ‘Stopped More Than Whites’

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A new report on traffic stops in San Diego shows that police sometimes treat black and Hispanic drivers differently from white drivers, particularly after a stop has been made, mirroring the findings of other studies from around the U.S., reports the San Diego Union-Tribune. Those studies have provided data-driven evidence to support or refute what many minority communities say has . . .

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