Ban on redlight cameras moves forward in Florida

Just try to throw a rattle at me Heiler!

Public Outrage!

It continues to snowball all across the country.  American’s are tired of being taken advantage of, and not listened to on public policy. From Health Care to “Road Safety” we don’t like being lied to, and stolen from!

Florida seems to get it.

Here’s the story. 

14 Responses to Ban on redlight cameras moves forward in Florida

  1. Brent says:

    ATS & Redflex will likely have numerous class action lawsuits on their hands by year end.. AZ is only the beginning..

  2. Sure says:

    I was at the Peoria intersection of I think 75th and thunderbird where there are cameras and they have red lines painted in the intersection. Are they allowed to do that?

  3. Sure says:

    Communities with red-light cameras installed on state roads have 60 days to remove them according to a policy passed Thursday by the State Transportation Commission.

    The commission unanimously voted to approve the policy during a meeting held at the Clovis-Carver Library’s North Annex. The commission was meeting in Clovis as part of its monthly rotation of traveling to communities throughout the state.

    The policy also bans mobile enforcement vans on state or federal roads.

  4. Sure says:

    Somebody check the Redflex stock!!!! Now we know why it went down a couple days ago, don’t we?

  5. Matt says:

    YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS IS A WIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Check out the actual article on in regards to New Mexico SCAMeras and the PARTIAL ban than NMDOT will be implementing soon.

  6. Dr. H says:

    Please, please, please. We do not need any more “public policy.” What we need is a return to “public law,” and a return to an American republic. We also need to end these insane and illegal wars, repeal NAFTA and CAFTA, dissolve the Dept. of Homeland Stupidity, and repeal the equally useless Patriot Act. Finally, no North American Union, thank you!

  7. Dr. H says:

    Then, we can speak of impeachment of Bush and Obama, and prosecution of Rice, Cheney and Rumsfeld. Ooh, that has a nice ring to it!!

  8. dael says:

    Columbus, Ohio is now entertaining increasing Redflex footprint here with mobile speed traps. Here we have hemoraged millions of dollars to some out of state, out of country security firm.

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