Red-Light Cameras: Profit Or Safety?
Cameras hover over 23 intersections in Montgomery catching drivers running red lights -- but one state lawmaker says the cameras are unconstitutional and he's prepared to fight them.
$775,000 -- that's about how much the city of Montgomery has made this year in tickets from red light cameras.
But state representative, Paul Beckman, says he questions if the cameras are being used for the right reasons.
But State Representative, Paul Beckman of Prattville, questions if the cameras are there to make Montgomery roads safer... or are they just a way for the city to make an extra profit.
As Beckman considers sponsoring the bill, he's also waiting to see whether the Alabama Supreme Court will step in and ban the cameras.
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