The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is speaking up against Iowa City's efforts to install red light and speed cameras.
On Friday, the ACLU of Iowa submitted a letter to the Iowa City city council.
The Iowa ACLU is asking the city council to accept a proposed ordinance banning traffic cameras, automatic license plate readers, and unmanned aerial devices.
Iowa City approved a plan to install 10 cameras at the most accident prone intersections in February.
In prior interviews, the city attorney has said the group wanting a referendum missed the deadline to have such a vote.
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