LA Police Commission Hits the Brakes on Red-Light Cameras

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Since 2004, cameras have been mounted at 32 intersections in the City of LA to provide pictorial evidence of red-light violations. Some drivers may be glad to hear the Police Commission has voted to get rid of them, even though the LAPD says they are a deterrent. The City Council could override that decision. We hear the pros and cons.  Also, a possible strike at local grocery chains, and homeboys and homegirls open a diner at Los Angeles City Hall. On our rebroadcast of today's To the Point, military and civilian challenges in Afghanistan.

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Warren Olney