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New Orleans Probes Bias at French Quarter Clubs
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New Orleans Probes Bias at French Quarter Clubs

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New Orleans Probes Bias at French Quarter Clubs

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New Orleans officials investigate charges of racial discrimination at French Quarter nightclubs. The death of a black tourist in an altercation over a club's dress code sparked the probe, which includes using undercover agents to test whether clubs have different standards for black and white customers. Susan Roesgen of member station WWNO in New Orleans reports.

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