Arnold’s red light camera law ruled unconstitutional

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ARNOLD, MO (KTVI)-- The appeals court for Missouri’s eastern district ruled Tuesday that Arnold’s red light camera law is unconstitutional.

Arnold was the first city in Missouri to use red-light cameras.

The case now heads to the Missouri Supreme Court.

The attorney for the city of Arnold said that the red light camera safety program is a proven, effective tool that is improving driver behavior in Arnold.

The statement also says there have been no red light running fatalities in the eight years after the cameras were installed.

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