Anti-racial profiling bill moving forward

A bill that changes how Connecticut police departments report traffic stops is moving ahead.It is part of the the current anti-racial profiling law that cleared

HARTFORD - A bill that changes how Connecticut police departments report traffic stops is moving ahead.

It is part of the the current anti-racial profiling law that cleared a key legislative committee.

The Judiciary Committee approved the bill, 38-to-5 yesterday.

Proponents say better reporting of race, color and age of the person who is stopped will reduce racial profiling.

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