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3/19/2019
North Dakota Supremes: Drivers Can Tap On Cell Phone Screen
Being seen tapping a few times on a cell phone screen does not justify a traffic stop, the North Dakota Supreme Court ruled.
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3/18/2019
French Protests Become Violent, German Speed Camera Smashed
Yellow Vest protest grew violent in France last week, and a German man kicked over a speed camera.
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3/15/2019
Oklahoma Senate Near Unanimous In Banning Red Light Cameras
State Senate in Oklahoma passes bill to ensure Oklahoma never gets red light cameras.
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3/14/2019
Minnesota Supremes Limit Car Confiscation From Innocent Owners
Minnesota Supreme Court imposes minor restriction on the ability of police to seize cars by requiring prompt hearings for innocent owners.
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3/13/2019
Audit Finds Federal Toll Road Oversight Insufficient
The inspector general for the US Department of Transportation finds serious weakness in the federal oversight of taxpayer-funded toll road projects.
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3/12/2019
Ohio House Votes To Withhold Speed Camera Cash
House-passed Ohio transportation funding bill would withhold some state cash from big cities that use speed cameras.
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3/11/2019
France, Italy, UK: Speed Camera Destruction Roundup
Anti-speed camera actions continued throughout England, France, Italy and Luxembourg last week.
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North Dakota Supremes: Drivers Can Tap On Cell Phone Screen

French Protests Become Violent, German Speed Camera Smashed

Oklahoma Senate Near Unanimous In Banning Red Light Cameras

Minnesota Supremes Limit Car Confiscation From Innocent Owners

Audit Finds Federal Toll Road Oversight Insufficient



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