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France, New Zealand: Speed Cameras Stoned, Sprayed, Scorched
Fire, foam, spraypaint and rocks keep speed cameras off balance in France and New Zealand.
Report: Billions In Subsidies Fail To Save Transit
Cato Institute report predicts mass transit will largely disappear by the year 2032.
Top Redflex Exec Renews Push For Settlement Cash
Ex-Redflex executive vice president asks US Court of Appeals for millions after he snitched on the Chicago, Illinois bribery scheme.
Ninth Circuit Upholds Speeding Stop In Non-Existent Work Zone
US Court of Appeals allows stops for speeding in work zones as long as the police officer says it was a work zone.
Colorado Court Denies Public Vote On Speed Cameras
Legal technicality allows Sheridan, Colorado once more to block the public from voting on the future of speed cameras.
Maryland, France, Sweden: Speed Cameras Sprayed, Sawed
Spraypaint and angle grinders keep speed cameras across Europe and in Maryland from issuing tickets.
Indiana: Ex-Prosecutor Busted For Using Badge To Avoid Ticket
Ex-prosecutor in Indiana caught abusing the police courtesy of ignoring speeding for fellow law enforcement officers.
California Lawsuit Against ATS, Hertz Goes To Trial
Ohio Lawmaker Takes Another Shot At Speed Cameras
California Supremes: Church Not Responsible For Jaywalking Parishoners
Sleepy Drivers Kill More Than Red Light Runners
Austria, France, Saudi Arabia: Speed Cameras Egged, Spraypainted, Scorched
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