Calif. red-light cameras may get stopped
Residents opposed to the cameras told the council they increased rear-end collisions and violated civil liberties
By John F. Hill
The Press Enterprise
RIVERSIDE, Calif. — The costs and benefits of red light cameras were debated into the night in Murrieta on Tuesday, as the City Council considered whether to keep using the devices.
Residents opposed to the cameras told the council they increased rear-end collisions, violated civil liberties and were nothing more than a government money-grab. Those in favor said they save lives.
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