Lawmakers Reject Traffic Camera Study Bill

April 30, 2014 7:35 PM

Lawmakers Reject Traffic Camera Study Bill
" DENVER (AP) – Colorado lawmakers rejected a measure to study speeding and red-light cameras to determine whether they should be banned.

A House committee voted 8-5 against advancing the proposal Wednesday.

The proposal sponsored by Democratic House Speaker Mark Ferrandino initially sought to ban the cameras, but it was amended to be a study bill after staunch opposition from law enforcement.

Supporters of traffic cameras argue they reduce accidents "

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