It's so blatantly obvious that the camera fraud in this country is a total joke and ONLY EXISTS for one thing:
--to rake in money for politicians to spend.
How many times have we heard from the camera scam proponents that these cameras are supposed to be a deterrent to slow people down? They tell us that when people see them on the road they'll slow down?
If that were the case, then why are local jurisdictions starting to hide the cameras in construction cones?
For that matter, why are cameras in Maryland flashing at construction sites in the middle of the night with nobody working in them?
Not surprisingly, the village in Ohio that's hiding the cameras in cones is raking in the money and now state lawmakers in Ohio are taking action to stop this clear abuse of the people.
Will state lawmakers in Maryland end the camera fraud?
As you may be aware Charles, Delegate Warren Miller has filed HB-536 to completely end the camera fraud in Maryland.
We are pleased that 16 other Delegates have joined Delegate Miller in co-sponsoring the bill.
However, there are some Delegates who have not sponsored this legislation that also sit on the Transportation and Environment Committee that will be hearing this bill next week.
Please call the following Delegates to demand that they support HB-536 and end the camera fraud in Maryland by voting HB-536 out of their committee:
Delegate Carl Anderton Jr. (R)
District 38B, Wicomico County
Carl voted wrong on our bill in committee last year. So he especially needs your call.