Automated traffic cameras left in legal limbo in Ohio

Aired: 6/4/2015 | 0:08:14 | Clip
Automated traffic cameras are used by hundreds of towns across the country to detect and ticket motor violations, but not without controversy. Advocates say they make communities safer, but foes argue they raise revenues. Ohio officials passed a law banning the cameras from ticketing without a police officer present, but it hangs in the balance as the state debates its constitutionality.