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Should NJ pull the plug on red light cameras?

Governor Christie must make a decision on whether or not to renew the red light camera program. He supported the program for a long time, but he seems to be changing his mind.

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Eric Scott is sitting in for Jim Gearhart this week, and asked callers if they think it’s time to put an end to red light cameras in New Jersey. Many people expressed that cameras aren’t actually preventing accidents, they are causing them. Others claimed that the program is just a way for towns to make money.

Some listeners felt that red light cameras are preventing road incidents. Assemblyman John Wisniewski wants to expand the cameras and use them to crack down on speeders.

Are you for or against red light cameras?

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