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California Bill Would Target Speeders by Installing Cameras Near Schools in Pilot Cities

GLENDALE, Calif. (KABC) -- State and local officials are trying a new approach to reduce the thousands of deaths every year in California linked to unsafe speeds.

A state Assembly member is promoting a proposal to install speed cameras near school zones and other areas prone to speeding in select California cities for a five-year pilot program.

The program would cover Glendale, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Oakland, San Francisco and San Jose.