Max Reiss has more from Jefferson City.
The proposed ban on red light cameras was denied by the Senate Transportation Committee Wednesday.
During the bill's hearing last week, opponents to the ban said the cameras made streets safer.
St. Louis Republican Jim Lembke sponsored the bill and said he was disappointed with the committee's decision and that the cameras are no more than a money-maker.
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The measure was voted down 8-2.
Reporting from the State Capitol, Max Reiss, Newsradio 1120, KMOX.
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