N.J. Drivers Over the past few years, New Jersey has come under fire for alledged racial profiling by state troopers. The state commissioned a study of minority drivers -- but, as Nancy Solomon reports, the controversial results show black drivers speeding more than white drivers on the New Jersey Turnpike.
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Over the past few years, New Jersey has come under fire for alledged racial profiling by state troopers. The state commissioned a study of minority drivers — but, as Nancy Solomon reports, the controversial results show black drivers speeding more than white drivers on the New Jersey Turnpike.