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Ohio Legislators Consider Banning Red-Light Cameras

October 16, 2013

The Ohio Senate this week is holding hearings on a bill that would ban the use of red-light cameras except in school zones.

The controversial legislation has already passed the Ohio Senate.

Fifteen Ohio municipalities have red-light camera programs already in place. The list includes the City of Toledo, which last year took in nearly $3 million from program-generated fines.

For more information about the legislation, click here to download a bill analysis.

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