Dennis has a special co-host today, as former Miss New Jersey and the amazingly talented Dena Blizzard, joined Dennis on air today. During the noon hour they were discussing the petition by NJ Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon to attempt to end red light cameras in NJ.

Red light camera at Route 1 and Bakers Basin in Lawrence (Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ)

While Dennis was fully behind the petition and urged people to sign it, Dena was more hesitant and thought that the cameras may actually be doing some good and helping prevent accidents.

As a child of a State Trooper and someone who has been part of a first aid squad, Dena has seen and heard of a lot of gruesome accidents that just maybe, some of them could be prevented with a red light camera.

Who do you agree with? Do you think Dena is right and that cameras should stay for safety reasons? Or do you think Dennis is correct and that they are nothing more than a money grab?

Declan O'Scanlon called into the show to discuss his petition and let people know how people can sign the petition if they choose to do so.

You can listen to the audio of Assemblyman O'Scanlon's call below.

If you would like more information or would like to sign Assemblyman O'Scanlon's red light camera petition, click the link here: http://www.change.org/petitions/new-jersey-department-of-transportation-end-the-red-light-camera-program-in-nj