Wash. anti-gang bill meets opposition at hearing

Attorney General Rob McKenna’s proposed anti-gang bill went up against stiff opposition from community activists and civil rights groups at a packed House hearing on Wednesday. The bill outlines injunctions that could be made against gang members or suspected gang members, which opponents saw increasing the potential for racial profiling from law enforcement.

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