Tucson Voters Ban Red Light Cameras

Tucson voters ban red light cameras

Earlier this year, a group called Tucson Traffic Justice collected 50,000 signatures in support of a petition to place a proposition on the fall ballot to ban red light cameras. The city council voted unanimously to place Proposition 201 on the ballot and let the voters decide the fate of Tucson’s red light cameras. Following the November 3rd election, voters … Read More

More Evidence On The Photo Enforcement Scam

Recently, the Orlando Sentinel and Fox 35 reported about a red light photo enforcement scam run by Orange County in Florida. We’ve already shared a number of examples of the photo enforcement scam, such as how government employees skirt photo enforcement tickets while private citizens generally cannot, how courts deny your constitutional rights in photo enforcement cases, and how Paradise Valley shortened the … Read More

Photo Enforcement – It’s All About The Benjamins

If you believe that photo enforcement devices, also referred to as photo radar devices, are for safety, you would be mistaken.  Photo enforcement exists to generate revenue for the government and for private companies who are in bed with the government.  Here are some examples. Star Valley – A Town Created Just To Generate Photo Enforcement Revenue Star Valley, AZ, … Read More

Automated Traffic Enforcement Is Indirect Taxation

Most people I talk too don’t like taxes and would oppose any increase in taxes. Recognizing that, local governments across the country have country have come up with a clever way to tax you under the guise of “public safety:” Automated Traffic Photo Enforcement.  This automated enforcement includes photo radar devices and red light photo devices.  On its face, stopping … Read More