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Photo Radar Legislation Heads To Kotek's Desk

(Salem, OR) -- Photo radar used to catch speeding drivers would expand statewide under a bill passed by the Oregon legislature. State Senator Aaron Woods says it doesn't mandate the use of photo radar, but allows local governments to choose it as a tool, if they pay for operating the system. Currently, only ten cities are allowed to use mobile photo radar and only Portland can have fixed radar outside of intersections. The bill passed both chambers with bipartisan support and now heads for Governor Tina Kotek's desk.

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