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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Red-light cameras get the green light from Mo. appeals court

From Lynn Horsley:

The appeals court found that Missouri municipalities may by ordinance make additional rules of the road or traffic regulations to meet their needs, as long as the laws are not contrary to state law. It found the city’s ordinance was a civil ordinance properly enacted pursuant to the city’s police powers for regulating public safety and did not violate Missouri law.

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