Proposed bill takes aim at racial profiling in Wisconsin

State Rep. Shelia Stubbs (D- Madison) introduced a bill on Friday to help end racial profiling in Wisconsin.

The proposal is a reaction to an incident on August of 2018, where Stubbs was knocking door to door for the 77th Assembly District.

Stubbs said she was humiliated when a caller told 911 they suspected she was part of a drug deal.

Stubbs said she doesn't want others to experience what she went through and is raising awareness about dangerous biases and perceptions about race.

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