The public, generically, had decided that it was ok to run red lights and speed. For some of the really large intersections around town, that ended up in many collisions, often with injuries, some fatal. Bottom line, red light and speeding enforcement HAS saved lives. Leaving the fate of these cameras to the voters is to go back to the way things were, and that's just dumb.
Hey Weekly, just so you know, there are far more trolls on ADS with this story than there are on here.....how refreshing!
Congressman Grijalva is standing up for a cause he AND his constituents believe in. He wouldn't keep being elected if that wasn't true.
Glad to Cuyler Diggs back on air. Good for him!
Thank you so much for this excerpt from Ms Ronstadt's book! Great reading.
Finally, Jeff Flake got something right....long overdue!
In response to Tucsonaz75:
I am an anglo living in Tucson since 1966 (with a few years out here and there) who is Not bilingual. Yet I also identify so much with the border city setting and the ambience and culture of a bilingual city. Tucson could be El Paso if we were Nogales and had The Bridge. It's that close, it's that real, and I find the show completely engaging and fascinating. It's also a stark reminder of what can go on, on BOTH sides of the border.
We won't bother "keeping the faith" with Jeff Flake, the most aptly named Senator in a very long time.
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