Senator Michael Doherty (R-23) has introduced legislation that eliminates the financial incentive for towns to install red light camera ticketing systems.
The controversial red light camera program was voted on in 2008. At the time many critics felt it was being implemented simply to give contracts to the companies placing the cameras, and a revenue stream for townships. Sean Kean who was an assemblyman In another district voted against the program.
Our own Senator Robert Singer voted Yes, once again proving that special interests always came before the best interests of the citizens of New Jersey.