Drivers sue city over red light cameras
April 19, 2012 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Two drivers are taking the city to court over red light cameras.
They were ticketed after their cars were photographed running red lights. They have filed a class action lawsuit and called on other drivers to join the case.
The Sun-Times reported the lawsuit claims the city does not have the authority to use the cameras.
But the city has maintained that both the city ordinance and state law supports the use of their use.
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