Photo Radar/Red Light Camera Ban Call to Action


Last week, an email was sent out to the CameraFRAUD meetup group about SB1352 being heard in the Government Reform Committee on Wednesday February 16th, starting at 9 am.

Quoting from the letter:

If you are a big supporter of our cause or haven’t been involved in a while, we absolutely need your help! We’ve maneuvered SB1352 into the Government Affairs committee, where 4 of the members actually cosponsored it. If the committee approves it, the bill can be moved to the Senate floor for a debate.
Bill Discussion:
Wednesday February 16th, 9 am.
Arizona State Senate – Gov’t Reform Committee
Capitol Complex
1700 W Washington
Phoenix, AZ 85007
You will be able to find the group out front around 0830.
Come ready to speak, even if it’s just for a minute or two. We need as many people as possible. Be positive and remember that we are winning this argument now.
Let’s all get down to the capitol complex and speak out in favor of this ban on photo ticketing! We’ve put up with this long enough and it’s time to put a stop to the shortened yellow lights, increased collisions, Constitution shredding and unwarranted surveillance-tracking.

14 Responses to Photo Radar/Red Light Camera Ban Call to Action

  1. photoradarscam says:

    For those who are concerned about public speaking, there’s nothing to worry or be concerned about what to say. Just get up and say why you are opposed to photo enforcement. Tell a story, quote a study, just let them know how the system is failing and/or infringing on your rights and/or how cities are abusing their authority and misuing these system or how they are using these systems in lieu of traffic engineering, or anything else you can think of. There’s usually a 5 minute time limit.

  2. Stacey says:

    President Barack Obama proposed less than a 1 percent increase in spending by the Department of Homeland Security for the next fiscal year, with the emphasis on money for more Border Patrol agents, customs officers and body scanners.

    Under Obama’s proposal, the department would receive $43.2 billion for the fiscal year that begins Oct. 1, compared with $42.9 billion for the fiscal year that ended on Sept. 30, 2010, the last year in which Congress enacted a 12-month spending plan. The government has been operating since then with interim spending.

    The 2012 proposal includes money for 21,370 Border Patrol agents and 300 new Customs and Border Protection officers for cargo and passenger screening. The department would get an additional 275 airport screening machines that use advanced imagery technology, devices that civil liberties groups have said violate privacy.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-02-14/homeland-security-budget-would-increase-1-under-obama-budget-proposal.html

  3. RPr says:

    Go speak at the capitol its easy

    dont let the lobbyist be the only ones to speak they dont have your best interest in mind

  4. Stacey says:

    The Virginia House of Delegates and a state Senate committee approved legislation that would make a rolling right-hand turn on a red light a reckless driving offense. On Thursday the Senate Transportation Committee unanimously approved a bill introduced by Delegate Bill Janis (R-Glen Allen) which the lower chamber had approved by a 67 to 31 margin on February 4.

    “Any person who drives a motor vehicle in violation of Section 46.2-833 is guilty of reckless driving,” House Bill 1993 states.

    Under current law, Section 46.2-833, as referenced above, makes it an infraction either to turn right without stopping on a red light or to enter an intersection a fraction of a second after the light changes to red. The effect of the bill would be to change the penalty for a California stop into a class one misdemeanor carrying six license points, a fine of up to $2500, up to one year in jail and a six-month driver’s license suspension. US Department of Transportation statistics show that rolling stops rarely cause accidents (view report).

    This outcome is clearly contemplated by the House Courts of Justice Committee which amended the original version of the bill which only sought to impose the reckless penalty on anyone who “unintentionally causes the serious bodily injury or death of another” through red light running. The committee also struck a provision ensuring that the reckless penalty is not applied to infractions detected by a red light camera.

    http://www.thenewspaper.com/news/34/3404.asp#source

    • Jury Nullification says:

      When the Redflex and ATS goons roam around in vehicles pretending to be legitmate law enforcement officers, isn’t this a classic example of impersonating the police? The scamera vans are still on our streets citing drivers.. They love to parade around in tactical clothes and have the appearance of the police..

  5. JOKN86 says:

    the surveillance state has begun in ILLINOIS..

    http://triblocal.com/tinley-park/2011/02/11/eight-police-cameras-in-the-works-to-monitor-183rd-street/

    “DOES THE MOVIE DEMOLITION MAN RING A BELL”

  6. Stacey says:

    An Indianapolis Transportation Security Administration employee was arrested on a battery charge after scuffling with a gift shop employee at Indianapolis International Airport’s parking garage on Tuesday.

    Airport police were called to the fourth floor of the parking garage at about 7:30 a.m., encountering a man who claimed he was punched repeatedly after pulling into a parking space.

    http://www.theindychannel.com/news/26886275/detail.html

  7. Stacey says:

    Redflex employee trying to look like a police officer

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  8. Stacey says:

    Don’t look – serious ugly ahead!

  9. Stacey says:

    Congratulations to everyone who worked so hard on this. Thanks to great senators.

  10. photoradarscam says:

    All bills passed committee tonight and now head to the floor for a vote.

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