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Forum Will Delve Into Racial Disparities In Vermont's Policing
Wednesday, 04/11/12
By Kirk Carapezza
A two-year study conducted by the Uncommon Alliance shows that blacks are two times more likely to be pulled over than whites in Burlington and South Burlington, and ten times more likely in Winooski.
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Legislature May Consider Bias-Free Policing Policy
Tuesday, 02/21/12
The Vermont Legislature is considering a bill that would commission a study to determine if racial and ethnic minorities are treated differently by the state's criminal justice system.
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Vermont's Bias-Free Policing Policy
Wednesday, 11/09/11
By Jane Lindholm
The arrest of two migrant farmworkers during a routine traffic stop has effected a change in the state's bias-free policing policy, the Governor appointed an advisory panel to look at the state's investment in UVM and gold fever has struck in Central Vermont, again.  
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