On June 7 , 2020, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, What is the impact of fare evasion in D.C.?, was cited by Courthouse News Service:

According to the D.C. Policy Center, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority expanded funding for fare enforcement in recent years though the D.C. council only recently decriminalized fare evasion. In New York, studies from nonprofits such as the Community Service Center found wide racial disparities in enforcement efforts, some of which end in situations where young unarmed black men have guns drawn on them for allegedly hopping fare. 

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Related: What is the impact of fare evasion in D.C.? | D.C. Policy Center

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