Ohio Case Raises Questions About Traffic Cameras

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A judge has ruled that the revenues from new traffic enforcement cameras in a small village in southwest Ohio will not be used to settle a $1.8 million dollar lawsuit over an earlier traffic camera program, the Christian Science Monitor reports. Motorists in New Miami, Oh., requested that the town pay the damages they are owed for their victory in a . . .

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