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Victory! State Senate unanimously passes public records reform

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Read the first part of our series celebrating Black History Month

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Black men stopped most by Boston Police

Data released by the Boston Police Department show that 61.2% of police encounters targeted Blacks although Blacks make up about 25% of Boston's population

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URGENT ACTION on public records: Tell them how to vote!

On Thursday, February 4, state Senators will finally vote to reform our public records law, which has not been meaningfully updated since 1973.

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