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License plate readers target minority neighborhoods

This article was originally published in Investigative Post. Read it here. Buffalo police have quietly installed license plate readers around the city, mostly on the East Side and Lower West Side. The lack of transparency is compounded by…

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Driving while Black in Buffalo? You’re over 3x more likely to get stopped by police compared to a white person

This article was originally published in WBFO. Read it here. Buffalo is a city designed for driving, which means that many people make their way around by car. But some people can move around more freely than others….

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Court Grants Final Approval of Settlement in Class Action Lawsuit Reining In NYC Transit Authority’s Unfair Collection Practices

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 2, 2023 CONTACT:Susan Shin, Legal Director, New Economy Project |  Patrick Fowler, Communications Strategist, NCLEJ | Claudia Wilner, Director of Litigation and Advocacy, NCLEJ |  NEW YORK – A federal court granted final approval of a settlement in…

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This guide assists individuals who received tickets under Buffalo’s school zone speed camera program.



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