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Photo traffic enforcement voted down

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PIERRE -- The state House of Representatives voted 69-1 Wednesday to ban the use of traffic cameras for automatic ticketing in South Dakota.

HB 1100 would prohibit use of cameras to record red-light violations and speeding violations.

The proposal's prime sponsor, Rep. Peggy Gibson, D-Huron, listed several incidents in which the wrong drivers were cited.

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Bob Mercer
Bob Mercer reports from the South Dakota Capitol in Pierre for The Daily Republic and other newspapers around the state.
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