Red-Light Cameras Win Court Rulings, Raise Revenue

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Four years ago, Washington, D.C., began photographing the license plates of drivers who run red lights. The program has it ticketed 377,000 violators and generated $22 million in revenue, while red-light running in the city has dropped by 59 percent, says Governing magazine. Some complain that holding the vehicle owner liable, regardless of who was
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