That’s why we call them “revenue cameras”

I am so thankful that we citizens of Mt. Juliet voted in city council members a few years back who promised to get rid of our revenue cameras. They were elected, and they acted as promised. So no longer are we plagued by revenue cameras in Mt. Juliet. It turns out that revenue cameras, and the companies that push them, are even more insidious that I thought. So a hearty “thank you” to every lawmaker in Tennessee who has acted in the best interest of the citizens and sought to rid the Volunteer State of this scourge.

The truth about Tenn. traffic cameras | Columbia Daily Herald

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