close Video Photo red light, speed enforcement at intersection of debate Camera enforcement on the roads is up for debate throughout the nation, whether it's either safe or constitutional Traffic stop law enforcement, in the form of photo enforcement, is at the center of a heated national debate – and it has both sides seeing red. More than 500 communities in the U.S. have some type of red light or speed camera program to catch motorists who flout traffic laws. There are other municipalities who are either looking into starting to use them, or expanding their existing program. But now, there are a growing number of areas who are starting to question whether the speed camera programs are effective. Critics even call them unconstitutional. Seven states, including Arizona, are considering legislation to prohibit red light and speed camera use. They say those programs, which have grown in popularity the past few years, are ripe for abuse. The way the red light cameras work are if someone is caught running a red light, the camera will snap a picture of the car and its driver. The accused will then receive a citation in the mail. "I think everyone in the country… Read full this story
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