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no operational cameras

City Council approved program to begin June 2005. Councilman Pat DeWine, who had previously voted to support red-light cameras, said his position changed when the city tried to make money off the system.


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9/26/2019
Cincinnati, Ohio Officials Working To Overturn Voter Will On Speed Cameras
Cincinnati, Ohio politicians are using taxpayer resources to overturn the public vote banning red light and speed cameras.
Camera Enforcement / Speed Cameras
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8/5/2014
Ohio Town Backs Down On Anti-Crime Road Barricades
Cincinnati, Ohio decides to stop blocking roads to avoid federal lawsuti.
Police Enforcement / Checkpoints and Stops
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11/6/08
Second Ohio City Votes to Ban Red Light Cameras
Cincinnati joins Steubenville as the second Ohio city to ban photo enforcement by referendum.
Camera Enforcement / Speed Cameras
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8/24/08
Washington, Ohio Ballot Initiatives Scare City Councils
November ballot initiatives in Washington state and Cincinnati, Ohio convince local lawmakers to drop red light camera plans.
Camera Enforcement / Red Light Cameras
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6/18/08
Ohio: Petition Drive Threatens Red Light Camera Push
Threat of a voter referendum on red light cameras forces Cincinnati, Ohio mayor and city council to back away from ticketing plans.
Camera Enforcement / Red Light Cameras
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5/6/08
Ohio: Push for a Vote on Red Light Cameras Gathers Steam
Powerful coalition backs effort to force a referendum on the use of red light cameras in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Revolt / Protests
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12/28/07
Ohio: Third City Attempts Anti-Camera Referendum
NAACP begins push for charter amendment that would ban red light cameras in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Revolt / Protests
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