It looks like there could be a full vote coming on whether or not to ban automated traffic cameras in Iowa this year.
A bill that bans all automated traffic cameras in the state cleared the Local Government Committee of the Iowa House yesterday.
If approved, effective July 1 all all local city and county laws that allow automated or remote traffic enforcement systems and cameras would be overruled. If you got a ticket before the effective date, July 1, you would still have to pay up.
A similar bill is being considered by the Iowa Senate Judiciary Committee after being approved by a subcommittee.