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Ald. Anthony Beale, 9th Ward, says motorists are likely to receive only half of what they might have if they’d been allowed to contest their fines.

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The city has settled a massive lawsuit with more than a million drivers and will partially reimburse those tickets. Here’s what you need to know.

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Sunday the removal of 50 red light cameras at 25 intersections where the number of crashes has fallen. 

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Mayoral candidate Jesús "Chuy" García says he’d abolish the city’s red light camera program if he’s elected mayor. But how would he make up the revenue?

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Joel Weisman and his panel of journalists discuss the latest reports of Mayor Rahm Emanuel's motorcade again running red lights.

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A scientific study calls into question the safety benefits of red light cameras which is the reason City Hall installed them. We'll talk about the study and the politics of Chicago's red light cameras.

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The Chicago Tribune uncovers a disturbing and inexplicable spike in red light camera tickets around Chicago.

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Image credit: National Motorists Association

The mayor gets his wish--the governor signs the speed camera bill into law. Carol Marin and her panel have more on this and how the mayor has been able to get his way on many other things as well.

Red-Light Camera Expansion

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We have your thoughts on the pending legislation that would allow the red-light cameras in Chicago to also issue speeding tickets in tonight’s Viewer Mail.

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Mayor Rahm Emanuel © 2011 City of Chicago, photo by Brooke Collins

Mayor Rahm Emanuel unveils reforms to the city's controversial TIF program: an online database of how TIF money is spent. Eddie Arruza has the details on this, red-light cameras and more.