(Providence, RI) -- Trials related to speed-camera tickets in Providence are being pushed back. The city's municipal court has decided to postpone the three trials scheduled for next month as the city goes through the mediation process of a federal class-action suit against the cameras. This comes as the state Senate Judiciary Committee heard a bill yesterday that would relax the rules for the cameras. The bill, introduced by Providence Senator Ana Quezada, would require flashing speed signs near the cameras and give first offenders a written citation.
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