Since the advent of the federal income tax about a century ago, several presidents – or their zealous underlings – have directed the IRS to use its formidable police powers to harass or punish enemies, political rivals, and administration critics. Here are six infamous episodes.
In the 'school-to-prison pipeline,' Florida students accused of minor offenses – such as disrupting class – are arrested and charged with crimes. Nationwide, over 70 percent of school-related arrests are black or Hispanic students, according to US Department of Education data.
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