Will America's Police Finally Listen to Deaf People?
“Have you been drinking?” asked the police officer who stopped me one evening as I drove home from a family dinner a few years ago. Allegedly, I had a broken taillight — though nothing was damaged that I could see. “No,” I told him, tensing up. “All I’ve had tonight is ginger ale. You can ask my parents, parked up there.” They had pulled over and were watching protectively from a distance.
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