Candid Camera Conflict 

City Council candidates split on traffic-enforcement cameras

The candidates vying for a seat on the Tucson City Council in the Nov. 5 election are split when it comes to cameras that nab speeders and red-light runners. The Democrats support photo-radar enforcement, while the Republicans generally oppose it. The cameras,…

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