Voters deciding the fate of red light cameras in St. Charles County

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ST. CHARLES COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – St. Charles county voters are casting their ballots on the fate of red light cameras in the county.

Approval of ‘proposition red light cameras’ would ban the use of them not only in unincorporated areas, but municipalities as well.

Supporters say the use of red light cameras is an assault on civil liberties and privacy, as well as being dangerous and a money grab by politicians.

Previous Coverage:

St. Peters suspends red light camera use


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