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Arizona Republicans are once again targeting photo-radar law enforcement with a new bill that would require cities and towns to calibrate cameras every 24 hours.
Sen. Bob Worsley said this box of radar and infrared cameras – and 29 of them just like it – will help Arizona determine if the federal government is living up to its promise to secure the border. Only thing is, that will cost state taxpayers $30 million. [Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services]
“AmeriCamera” fuses music and poetry created by T.R. Hummer (pictured) and Billy Cioffi. The project was filmed as part of the City of Tempe’s “Songwriters’ Showcase” at the Tempe Center for the Arts, and aired locally on Tempe 11 and Eight, Arizona PBS. [Tempe 11/”Songwriters’ Showcase”]
“AmeriCamera” fuses music and poetry created by T.R. Hummer and Billy Cioffi (front, with guitar). The project was filmed as part of the City of Tempe’s “Songwriters’ Showcase” at the Tempe Center for the Arts, and aired locally on Tempe 11 and Eight, Arizona PBS. [Tempe 11/”Songwriters’ Showcase”]
Carly Hamman, a Sonic Carhop, skates past the camera while filming for a commercial takes place, Wednesday, May 11, 2010 in Mesa.
Chandler's photo enforcement has steadily expanded since it was approved in 2001, when red-light cameras were installed at four intersections.
Arizona Sen. Bob Worsley proposed a bill which would put surveillance along the U.S.-Mexico border at a cost of approximately $30 million for 300 cameras.
This undated publicity image provided by Bushnell Corporation and Howard Communications shows the Bushnell No. 67 motion sensitive trail camera that produces still, time-lapse or video images, and is remotely operated by infrared sensors and powered by batteries lasting up to a year. The cameras can be placed on fence posts, poles, trees or on the ground. (AP Photo/Bushnell Corp., Howard Communications, Katie Howard)
Ahwatukee Foothills resident Lois Britland has stood behind a project to bring a high-definition camera to the Arizona-Mexico border.