November 25, 2013

Kansas City seeks to change law, resume red-light camera enforcement

The Kansas City Council is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a measure to tweak the city’s red-light camera law and start enforcing the program again. If the full council approves, the city could again issue tickets as early as Dec. 6. The program has been suspended since a Missouri Court of Appeals ruling on Nov. 5 voided a similar law in a St. Louis suburb.

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