City Council weighs automated red light ticket refunds

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CHICAGO -- Refunds will soon be on the way to some Chicago drivers who got red light or speeding tickets, if the City Council gives the okay today.

More than a million people who were caught on red light cameras, are in line to share a $39 million settlement.

They argued, the city broke its own rules by using the cameras to produce automated tickets.

They won't get all their money back, but they'll get half.

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