The Long Road To Ending Racial And Religious Profiling – Bill Of Rights Defense Committee And Defending Dissent Foundation

The Long Road to Ending Racial and Religious Profiling – Bill of Rights Defense Committee and Defending Dissent Foundation

Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Maryland, first introduced the End Racial Profiling Act in the U.S. Senate in 2011, to the 112th Congress, which never put it to a vote. Undeterred, Cardin introduced it again, to both the 113th and the 114th Congress. In December 2016, Sue Udry, of BORDC/DDF, wrote: “For years we have lobbied for the End Racial Profiling Act, and again the bill did not even get considered in either chamber.”
What’s that saying about how rejection makes you stronger? Sen. Cardin is back again, and this time he has included religious profiling in the bill. It’s …

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