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New Hampshire House Defeats Red Light Cameras
The New Hampshire House defeats red light camera legislation in a 2-1 vote.

New Hampshire State House
The New Hampshire state House voted 217-99 to set aside legislation that would have allowed red light cameras in any town with a population over 20,000. The House Transportation Committee had previously approved the measure 14-0. Yesterday's vote prevents the reintroduction of red light camera legislation for the session.

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