There's been an explosion over the past decade in the use of automated cameras to enforce traffic laws. Ten years ago, only a few dozen communities had red-light or speed-enforcement cameras. Today, hundreds do. On Saturday, we take a look at a debate in Ohio. Camera advocates say the technology saves lives. Opponents say the devices are profit-centers for municipalities and camera manufacturers and a violation of due process. That, and the weekend's news, online and on-air.
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