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PBS NEWSHOUR

Black pedestrians issued more tickets in Jacksonville

  • Aired: 11/18/2017
  • 03:55
  • Rating: NR
Getting a pedestrian ticket can damage one's credit or lead to a license suspension. And in Jacksonville, Florida, they are disproportionately issued to black people, according to a joint investigation by the Florida Times-Union and ProPublica. Topher Sanders of ProPublica, who co-authored the report, joins Hari Sreenivasan for more.
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