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New law will make it harder for South Dakotans to get traffic camera tickets


PIERRE, S.D. (KTIV) - A new South Dakota law will make it harder for their residents to get ticketed by traffic cameras in Sioux City.

The bill regarding speed cameras and Red light cameras was signed into law today.

The law makes it so South Dakota will not share information to help other states collect traffic camera fines from its residents.

Sioux City uses the national law enforcement data base to match license plate information to the vehicle's owner.

The law would ban any municipality from accessing the database for civil penalties like speeding caught on camera.

Attorney's for Sioux City plan to look over the restrictions now that it's a law.

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