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Tim Hughes stops to sign a petition during a protest held held at 53rd and Cottage Grove to abolish red-light enforcement and speed cameras that a group called Citizens to Abolish Red-light Cameras, led by Mark Wallace, of WVON, said are unfair and disproportionately located in African American communities.

Tim Hughes stops to sign a petition during a protest held held at 53rd and Cottage Grove to abolish red-light enforcement and speed cameras that a group called Citizens to Abolish Red-light Cameras, led by Mark Wallace, of WVON, said are unfair and disproportionately located in African American communities.

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Residents Protest to Abolish Red-light Enforcement and Speed Cameras

Community activists in Chicago, led a red-light enforcement and speed camera protest and petition drive recently in an ongoing effort to obtain enough signatures to place a referendum (a general vote by a body of people entitled to vote on a single political question that has been referred to them for a direct decision) on the ballot for the 2014 general election, to abolish red light and speed light cameras.