HB 4011, which would repeal laws allowing local governments to install red light cameras, passed its first committee hurdle Thursday on a narrow vote. File photo by Gsbrown99.
A bill to repeal laws allowing local governments to install red light cameras cleared the House Economic Affairs Committee on Thursday by a narrow 10-8 vote.
Law enforcement officials and lobbyists for the Florida League of Cities spoke out against HB 4011, saying red light cameras change driver behavior and help save lives.
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