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Examiner Local Editorial: Close Maryland's 'money cam' loopholes

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Last year, automated traffic camera reform died in a Maryland General Assembly committee. But that was before the Baltimore Sun reported that the cameras have a 5 percent error rate and have even issued citations to nonmoving cars. This year, Sen. Brian Frosh, D-Montgomery, predicts a "stampede" of legislation to restore some semblance of accuracy and limit the operation of these devices, now...

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