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Could municipalities be pumping the brakes on traffic cameras? State lawmaker proposes 4 new bills to limit them

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Could municipalities be pumping the brakes on traffic cameras? State lawmaker proposes 4 new bills to limit them

Could municipalities be pumping the brakes on traffic cameras? State lawmaker proposes 4 new bills to limit them

State Representative Tom Patton of District 7 calls the cameras a cash grab and says they don’t do anything to keep our roads safe.

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Could municipalities be pumping the brakes on traffic cameras? State lawmaker proposes 4 new bills to limit them

MANY PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN OUTAGAINST THESE CAMERAS INCLUDINGTHE STATE REP, HE CALLS THEM ACASH GRAB AND THINK CAMERASDON'T DO ANYTHING TO KEEP YOURROADS SAFE.HERE ARE TWO OF THE BILLS HE'SPROPOSING.ONE LIMITS POLICE TWO TICKETSPERES A DON'T.AND NO MORE THAN 30% OF THEOPERATING BUDGET TO COME FROMTHAT REVENUE.THIS IS NOT ABOUT LETTINGSOMEONE GET AWAY WITH BREAKINGTHE LAW.HE DOESN'T THINK FINING A DRIVER, FROM 100 DOES ANYTHING.WHAT DOES IS MORE POLICING.




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