Monthly Meeting Tuesday

March 8, 2010

It’s not time to celebrate but we’ve had another great month and captured the spotlight again. This is the most critical time in our ballot initiative effort. We now have LESS THAN 120 DAYS to collect signatures for the BAN PHOTO RADAR IN AZ initiative.

The opposition is still waiting to take their best shot, if history is any indication.

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We’ve been on local news, we’ve been in the national press and now we’ve been on National Cable Television News.

There will be a couple exciting announcements that you don’t want to miss.

Tuesday, 7 p.m., you know the place, check the Meetup and RSVP.

CameraFRAUD on The Fox News Channel

March 4, 2010

Douglas Kennedy, reporter for Fox News National ran a story on Thursday about CameraFRAUD with several segments throughout the day.  The story also featured a short clip of Jay Heiler mentioning something about compliance. Heiler’s demeanor has changed quiet a bit since his debate appearance in November.

Video of the segments is available here: CameraFRAUD on Fox News

Excerpt from Douglas Kennedy’s blog post from is below. Comments have been frozen from time to time, so they may not show up after you post them.

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Arizona: The Surveillance State

March 4, 2010 – 6:00 AM | by: Douglas Kennedy

For years Arizona has been known as the “sunset state,” but lately some residents simply call it the “surveillance state.”

“They track us everywhere we go,” says Phoenix resident Shawn Dow. “It’s unbelievable. I can’t go anywhere and not have a camera tracking me.”

Dow is now trying to change all that with a ballot initiative this November that would ban all ticket cameras in Arizona.

“I’m tired of being constantly watched,” he said. We’re all being tracked like cattle.”

In 2007, Arizona became the first state in the country to install ticket cameras state-wide, meaning there are cameras on most state highways; there are cameras at many intersections; and there are camera-vans videotaping on side streets.

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