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Bill to Ban Arizona Photo Radar Introduced

The Arizona Photo Radar program may finally be coming to an end with recently introduced HB 2579, the Photo Radar Prohibition Act.

After massive public outcry brought the AZ Photo Radar Prohibition Act to near success last year, falling short by only one vote, city-wide bans were enacted in the major cities of Tempe and Peoria, with similar efforts in other major cities across Arizona. Additionally, the AZ government was forced by its employers discontent, We the People, to remove cameras on all Arizona highways and Freeways.

Despite the AZ photo radar legislation’s failure last year, HB 2579, the Photo Radar Prohibition Act, has the support of thousands of more Arizonans and supporters from around the country, and is riding on the success of state and city wide bans across the country.

This is especially true now that details show that major Arizona politicians, who levied a tax on speed tickets, were funding their political campaigns with speed-tickets issued by photo radars.

That’s right, not only was the government illegally issuing tickets to Arizonans without trial, without jury, without any consideration of any detail besides the government camera’s “side”, but politicians created an additional tax for Citizens to pay for getting a speeding ticket, and then used those funds to fund their elections. This is a clear example of bad government creating more bad government, not that there really exists such a thing as ”good government”.

According to the Arizona Campaign for Liberty,

“Every single legislator who used the “clean” elections fund in Arizona to run their campaign was using money extracted from the wallets of Arizona motorists. That’s because 10 percent of every photo ticket that is paid goes into the fund, which adds up to millions of dollars, every cycle”

Empty metal bars are abundant across intersections in Tempe and they are wonderful works of art that I enjoy daily. There is beauty in knowing that where once illegal cameras were creating a televised police state for government officials seeking to fine and tax Citizens to bankruptcy and government dependency, there exists only metal bars with no attachments atop, a symbol of Arizonan’s discontent with the increased burden of injustice and inefficiency created by tyrannical legislators...

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LINK: http://livingnotsurviving.com/2013/02/14/bill-to-ban-arizona...

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"What if the American people learn the truth" - Ron Paul

thank you good sir

thank you good sir

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The following legislators

Thanks to AZ C4L and central C4L:

The following legislators refused to cosponsor the “Photo Radar Prohibition” Bill, HB 2579, and have yet to sign on:”

House:

Michelle Ugenti
mugenti@azleg.gov
602-926-4480

Karen Fann
kfann@azleg.gov
602-926-5874

Rick Gray
rgray@azleg.gov
602-926-5993

John Kavanagh
jkavanagh@azleg.gov
602-926-5170

Bob Robson
brobson@azleg.gov
602-926-5549

Jeff Dial
jdial@azleg.gov
602-926-5550

David Gowan
dgowan@azleg.gov
602-926-3312

Heather Carter:
hcarter@azleg.gov
602-926-5503

Senate:

Andy Biggs
abiggs@azleg.gov
602-926-4371

John McComish
jmccomish@azleg.gov
602-926-5898

Kimberly Yee
kyee@azleg.gov
602-926-3024

Gail Griffin
ggriffin@azleg.gov
602-926-5895

Steve Yarbrough
syarbrough@azleg.gov
602-926-5836

Michele Reagan
mreagan@azleg.gov
602-926-5828

Rich Crandall
rcrandall@azleg.gov
602-926-3020

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