Unanimous Ohio Supreme Court says state can withhold money from cities using traffic cameras

The Ohio Supreme Court has unanimously upheld a law that allows the state to cut funding to communities using traffic cameras, by the amount of money they raise from those devices. Cities have raised millions from camera programs, though many have abandoned them because of state restrictions. A provision in the budget approved in 2019 allowed the state to deduct, dollar for dollar, from local government funds any amount raised by cities from red light camera fines…