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Speed cameras need more rules?

Only politicians would "correct" the problems with speed cameras by creating more bureaucracies and rules ("Penalty pitched for bad tickets," Dec. 11). Get rid of the bloody things. We didn't need them for our first 100 years on the road. We don't need them now.

Thomas F. McDonough, Towson

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