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A bill to ban traffic enforcement cameras from Iowa failed to receive a floor vote in the Senate on Wednesday. It was eligible to be debated but instead was moved from the Judiciary Committee to Ways and Means Committee.


The change in committees keeps the legislation alive for this session but casts some doubt on the likelihood it will receive the necessary support to become law.

The bill passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee a few weeks ago on a 9-6 vote.

Republican State Sen. Dan Dawson joined Democrat Senators Kevin Kinney, Tony Bisignano, Joe Bolkcom, Nate Boulton and Janet Petersen in opposition.

Author: Jacob Hall

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