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EL CAJON (CBS 8) - El Cajon may be the next city to put a stop to red light cameras.

The City Council is considering a motion to remove the cameras from nine intersections.

San Diego removed its red light cameras last month.

In this News 8 video story, Steve Price has more on the push to take them down.

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