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Arizona House OKs bill on photo enforcement

 , Arizona drivers who receive a speeding violation notice in the mail may not have to take any action if state lawmakers continue to move a bill on the matter.

The Arizona House gave preliminary approval to a bill that would give a person the right to decline to take any action to the notification.

The bill states the mail notice violation is not to be treated as a traffic ticket violation, though failure to respond “may result in an additional fee.”

The law would also protect the person who gets the mail from having to identify the driver at the time of the violation if they weren’t the person driving.

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