We are still 2 years and 153,365 valid signatures away, but voters may get the chance to weigh in on whether traffic cameras will dot Arizona highways and intersections.
Two businessmen announced yesterday they are going to work towards a referendum on the 2010 ballot that would get rid of the cameras that, depending on which side you are on, are a cash cow or a safety device.
This all hinges on whether or not the group can get enough valid signatures to make the ballot. We saw how hit or miss that was this election season. Having over a year and a half to get ready surely doesn't hurt.