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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/AP) – The Florida Legislature passed a bill Wednesday to outlaw traffic ticket quotas for law enforcement agencies.

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The House unanimously passed the “Waldo Bill” (SB 264) on Wednesday. The bill was sent to the desk of Governor Rick Scott.

The Senate had previously approved the bill.

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The bill’s nickname comes from the city of Waldo on heavily travelled U.S. 301, once considered one of the nation’s worst speed traps. In 2014, Waldo police officers disclosed a quota system and it was reported that tickets accounted for nearly half of the city’s revenue. The police force has since been disbanded.

The bill also requires a city or county to report to state officials if traffic ticket revenue exceeds a third of the cost of operating its law enforcement agency.

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