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January 11, 2013 12:00 AM

End the debate: Study validates Florida red-light cameras improve public safety

The City of Bradenton is one of the muncipalities and counties discovering high-tech cameras designed to catch motorists running red lights at dangerous intersections are reducing crashes -- "considerably" here, Bradenton Sgt. William Weldon stated this week. A new state study should end any debate over the law, and the Legislature should move on to truly pressing matters.

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