Should more states require racial impact statements for new laws?
Most states evaluate new legislation for how it might affect the economy or the environment, but what about measuring a law's effect on minorities? Earlier this month, Oregon became the third state to require racial impact statements for any changes to state criminal laws or sentencing codes.
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#1 Aug 1, 2013
They should also require impact statements on how minority criminals impact the state
Since: Jun 10
#2 Aug 1, 2013
the only impact the need to know about is the sound the bullet makes when it impacts the body of these useless thugs
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