Arizona Republic:  “The Department of Public Safety’s newly appointed director this week joined a growing chorus of powerful voices speaking out against the state’s photo-enforcement system.  In interviews this week, Robert Halliday said that the system should be restructured if it’s not scrapped.  Halliday, whose appointment must be confirmed by lawmakers, said he would prefer to put more officers on Arizona highways instead of deploying the 78 fixed and mobile photo-enforcement units scattered around the state.”