VisitDallas CEO steps down after controversy, New bill returns tax money to horse racing, Red light camera ban passes house


The Texas Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of red light camera systems just days before the Texas House is scheduled to consider a bill banning the cameras.

The Texas House voted late Tuesday to ban red light camera systems across the state, while allowing cities to complete their current contracts with camera companies.

Phillip Jones, the embattled CEO of the Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau, announced Wednesday that he is stepping down.

The Texas House on Thursday is expected to consider a bill that would divert $149 million in tax revenues to aid the state’s long-ailing horse-racing industry.



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