Henry's Highway 'Spy' Cam Plan Runs Out Of Gas
Plans to use highway traffic cameras to identify motorists without vehicle insurance have come to an abrupt halt, The Oklahoman reports today.
The idea, suggested by Gov. Brad Henry in his budget proposal to legislators when this year's session began, was intended to raise about $50 million its first year.
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Read all of Michael McNutt's story in The Oklahoman: http://www.newsok.com/oklahoma-puts-brakes-on-highway-camera-system-plan/article/3484128?custom_click=lead_story_title#ixzz0wHr1fHMQ.