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Legislative Update: Speed Cameras In Indiana, Iowa And Virginia
Prospects for speed cameras advance in Indiana, retreat in Virginia and remain up in the air for Iowa.
DC, France: Photo Radar Under Assault
Eleven speed cameras were disabled in Washington, DC as vigilantes in France continued the campaign against automated ticketing with spraypaint.
Kentucky Supreme Court Endorses License Plate Camera Tracking
Kentucky police can use cameras to track motorists without a warrant under a state Supreme Court ruling handed down last week.
Georgia Court OKs Cutting Through Gas Station To Avoid Traffic Signals
Appellate court makes clear that cutting through parking lots to avoid traffic lights is legal in Georgia.
New York: Lawsuit Seeks Speed Camera Ticket Refund
New York lawyer files suit to force refund of New York City speed camera tickets over failure to file required documents with the court.
Michigan Repeals Speeding Ticket Tax
Michigan repeals driver responsibility program and forgives all outstanding debt.
France: Anti-Camera Protests Grow, Speed Cameras Disabled
Thousands of French motorcyclists and motorists took to the streets to protest against lowered speed limits and photo radar enforcement.
France, Italy: Speed Cameras Wrapped, Painted, Stoned
Motoring Group Asks Feds To Stop Funding Ticket Traps
Feds Try To Restore Confidence In Drugged Driver Survey
Federal Appeals Court Denies Camera Exec Demand For Reward
Ohio Town Cannot Survive Without Speed Camera Revenue
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