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Red Light Cameras Have Some Seeing Red

Public support for the use of red light cameras in Texas and across the country could be switching from green to yellow.

Three states banned red light cameras last year, while six others have considered similar proposals.

Camera opponents in the Texas Legislature say they plan again to try to pass a measure phasing out the cameras statewide.

But cities using the red camera systems insist they have reduced intersection accidents and saved lives.

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