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Washington Post uses "Pulled Over" research to discuss fact in Obama speech

Friday, July 15, 2016

The Washington Post provided data for five lines from President Obama's July 12 speech at the memorial for the five Dallas police officers killed.

The article, "Five facts that reveal the truth behind President Obama’s comments on race," mentions the research found in the book "Pulled Over" by Drs. Chuck Epp, Steven Maynard-Moody and Don Haider-Markel as a data point for Obama's line, "If you’re black, you’re more likely to be pulled over or searched or arrested..."

Read the Washington Post article.



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