Protesters call for removal of red light, speed cameras
October 26, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A group of Chicago residents hold a demonstration to protest red-light cameras in the city.
The "Citizens to Abolish Red-Light Cameras" held a protest on the South Side asking drivers to sign petitions against the cameras.
They are calling for the immediate removal of all red-light and speed cameras throughout the city.
The group says the cameras are a violation of citizen's constitutional rights and were only designed to increase city coffers.
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