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Casey W. Raskob: Five solid reasons to ban traffic-enforcement cameras

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Cameras don't enforce the law; they just send a bill. When a motorist violates a law and is stopped by a police officer, important things happen. The motorist is physically stopped. The officer inquires. The registration of the vehicle is checked, the driver's license run, and the proof of insurance produced. The motorist is immediately confronted with his or her wrongdoing. If drunk,...

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