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Mutiny over the speed camera 'bounty'

We don't have time to contest unfair tickets that give a bounty to the vendor ("Camera vendor to get 'bounty,'" Jan. 11).

Gov. Martin O'Malley says these bounties are illegal. This situation is so confused and pathetic that I propose we all cover our license plates in protest until the end of the legislative season. This is illegal too, but we need to send a message to our befuddled leaders.

Theodore Houk, Lutherville

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