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Little Rock, black and white 

The Little Rock City Board recently discussed an ordinance proposed by Director Erma Hendrix that would require newly hired Little Rock police officers to reside in Little Rock or promise to do so within 90 days. That made us wonder about race and residency among other city employees. According to the 2010 census, Little Rock's population was 49 percent white and 42 percent black. The following information came from a Freedom of Information request.

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