Plaintiffs’ attorney Jacie Zolna said Circuit Court Judge Kathleen Kennedy’s ruling could ultimately force Chicago taxpayers to refund $200 million in fines and late fees for tickets issued in error since the 2003 inception of a red-light camera program built on a $2 million bribery scandal.

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4 years ago

$200M? That’s coincidentally the same amount the city would have saved by CPS ending the pension pick-up. Easy come, easier go.