A speed camera has been set up on Interstate 170 in the St. Louis suburb of Charlack to catch drivers in violation of the speed limit. According to the Associated Press, the camera was placed on the Lackland overpass last week. The fine for those caught by the camera is $100. The bill is sent to the registered owner of the vehicle in violation of the speed limit.
TODAY’S QUESTION: Should cameras be used to enforce highway speed limits?
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