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House Bill 1171, recently introduced by four Baltimore County delegates, would permit speed cameras on any road with a speed limit of 35 mph or less in the county. The proposal has been met with firm opposition.

Recently, Baltimore County-based delegates introduced a bill to the General Assembly that seeks expand the use of speed cameras in the county.

House Bill 1171 was introduced by Delegates Michele Guyton, Carl Jackson, Nick Allen, Catherine Forbes and Dana Stein, where the proposal will allow speed cameras on any road with a speed limit of 35 mph or less.

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