DENVER (AP) – For the second consecutive year, Gov. John Hickenlooper has vetoed a bill that would have enacted a statewide ban on red-light traffic cameras.
Hickenlooper said Thursday he agrees with lawmakers that photo enforcement tools should only be used for public safety, not to generate income.
But he said a bill passed by the Legislature this year robbed municipalities of the power to decide whether to use the often-unpopular cameras.
Hickenlooper vetoed similar legislation last year.
LINK: Red-Light Camera Bill
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