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Ohio battle over traffic cameras heats up again

CINCINNATI (AP) – There’s a lot developing in the continuing clash over traffic camera enforcement in Ohio.

The FBI is now involved, investigating possible public corruption over camera vendor dealings in Columbus and Cincinnati. 125 more words

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Arlington Officials Not Happy About Red Light Ticket Budget Hole

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ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — According to Arlington city officials, money from red light runners caught by cameras had been spent on traffic safety programs and other patrol-related units. 151 more words

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Running Lights For Kohlrabi

Our local Florida community is nothing but vigilant about red light runners. Perhaps in your community too, cameras are strategically placed at all four corners of an intersection to nab those dirty scofflaws who blatantly run through traffic lights in order to make time. 1,032 more words

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How are Cleveland's crash stats since the traffic cams went away?

CLEVELAND – Are Cleveland streets less safe since speed and red light cameras were removed?

Fox 8 News examined crash statistics at six camera locations during a four-month period both before and after Clevelanders overwhelmingly voted to get rid of the cameras in November.  233 more words

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Things To Know At The Colorado Capitol The Week

DENVER (AP) – With less than two weeks to go, lawmakers are scrambling like they do every year to finish all their work before the legislative session ends May 6. 422 more words

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Akron judge overrules state lawmakers, reinstates traffic cams

AKRON, Ohio– A local community has the green light to use its speed enforcement cameras again.

Ohio Senate Bill 342, which passed in December, effectively shut down many of the automated enforcement cameras across Ohio requiring, among other things, that police officers must be physically present when using… 394 more words

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Senator Takes Aim At Red Light Cameras

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – Senate Transportation Chairman Jeff Brandes, a longtime critic of red-light cameras, is expected to propose tightening requirements on local governments that use the traffic devices. 195 more words

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