KCMO Councilman Looking to Close Red-Light Cam Loophole
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Every year, thousands of drivers are caught on camera running red lights in Kansas City, Missouri – but one councilman says that because of a loophole in the law, many of those drivers will never face a ticket.
Kansas City, Missouri, 6th District councilman John Sharp says that a loophole lets drivers of company and corporate-owned vehicles off the hook when it comes to red-light camera tickets. Now he is pushing to change the ordinance, which he says is costing the city money and letting too many drivers get away with breaking the law.
FOX 4′s Katie Ferrell is Working for You with the report.
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