Red-light cameras could be removed from Texas intersections after House vote

But an amendment to the bill could keep the devices in place until cities' contracts with vendors expire. Camera proponents say they make intersections safer, but critics say they undermine due process.

By ARYA SUNDARAM, The Texas Tribune
Posted 5/10/19

Republican lawmakers, who have been trying for years to unplug red-light cameras, just scored a win on Tuesday with the tentative passage of a House bill that would ban cities from operating the …

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