JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Ferguson's police department has submitted to the state its legally required racial data relating to traffic stops, hours after Missouri's top law enforcer publicly chided the St. Louis suburb for missing the deadline. Attorney General Chris Koster says Ferguson submitted its data on Tuesday, well past the March 1 deadline. More than a dozen other police agencies haven't yet complied, running the risk of having state funding withheld.

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