Mayor Jackson says there’s a good reason traffic cameras should stay

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CLEVELAND- Days before Cleveland voters decide whether to ban traffic cameras in the city, Mayor Frank Jackson is speaking out about why he feels the 64 speed and red light cameras should stay.

Kevin Freeman has the one-on-one interview in the video above.

Click here for ballot information on Issue 35- traffic cameras.

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