A new bill in Maine will look to reduce racial profiling, when it comes to traffic offenses.
The bill would prohibit law enforcement from stopping drivers for among other things, failing to wear a seat belt, operating without a headlight, operating a vehicle with a suspended license.
The complete bill is here.
A bill aims to prevent police in Maine from pulling over drivers for certain traffic offenses like not wearing seat belts, having expired registrations, or littering from a car. https://t.co/Q8Pk5Fnsvl
— CBS 13 News (@WGME) March 7, 2022