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SB 1074, 77th Regular Session
Relating to the prevention of racial profiling by certain peace officers.

The best and the worst legislators 2001.
In Texas Monthly
By Paul Burka and Patricia Kilday Hart
Publication Date: July 2001
Library Location: PERIODICALS
Feeling the heat: Will Harrell and the new Texas ACLU lay siege to the Lege.
In Austin Chronicle
Publication Date: April 27, 2001
Amendment to profiling bill could stop suits based on data collected.
In Texas Lawyer
Publication Date: April 9, 2001
Library Location: Periodicals
Minority leaders urge Legislature to pass bill banning racial profiling.
In Hispanic Journal
Publication Date: March 2001
Library Location: Periodicals
Alert! Are you up to snuff on all of these important issues? [indigent defense, DNA preservation, racial profiling, longevity pay, and voir dire]
In Texas Prosecutor
Publication Date: November/December 2001
Library Location: Periodicals
Racial profiling law requirements results are mixed in early study.
In Hispanic Journal
Publication Date: January 2002
Library Location: Periodicals
Implementing a policy on racial profiling.
In Texas Police Journal
Publication Date: March 2002
Library Location: Periodicals
Racial profiling laws: documentation or disruption?
In Texas Police Journal
Publication Date: June 2002
Library Location: Periodicals
Texas reacts to Tulia and the drug war's persecution of minorities.
In Thurgood Marshall Law Review
Publication Date: Spring 2003
Library Location: Periodicals
Large study of traffic stops finds race disparities in Texas.
In Criminal Justice Newsletter
Publication Date: February 17, 2004
Library Location: Periodicals

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