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Legislation aims to prevent construction of new red light cameras

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- Florida lawmakers will consider a new bill that would keep new red light traffic cameras from popping up in our area and take the sting out of current penalties.

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shirleyminner - 1/3/2014 5:30 PM
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FlSunRise87 - 1/3/2014 8:49 AM
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I think the cameras are GREAT! I have run a yellow light thats turned red on me half way through? Yes. However if these things were set up properly with a 10 second delay and fines lowered I think they should stay right where they are! Busting drivers who NEED a reality check ;)

eviltwinmorgan - 1/3/2014 6:59 AM
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And if you do want lower fines and no more cams, then at least tell them to keep the money in the city.

eviltwinmorgan - 1/3/2014 6:53 AM
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Red light cams are great. I love seeing the flash of somebody getting busted, because, quite frankly, "screw them"! Who the hell do they think they are saving mere minutes at the potential cost of my life, my kid, your life? The real issue is that the state lawmakers want that money and are trying to trick you into giving it to them by claiming to be on your side by cutting the cost of fines.
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