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After Trayvon, Congress Takes Up Racial Profiling

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Senate leader Dick Durbin held a Judiciary panel hearing on "Ending Racial Profiling in America." The panelists included lawmakers, cops and civil liberties groups. Victims of racial profiling held a news conference after the hearing.
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