There won't be any changes to the traffic camera laws in Iowa during this session of the state legislature.
All the bills related to traffic cameras were among hundreds of measures that have died at the statehouse from lack of action.
Representative Walt Rogers, a Republican from Cedar Falls, has been trying to ban or at least place new restrictions on traffic enforcement cameras -- but all the bills on that topic have died.
In April of last year the Iowa House voted to ban traffic enforcement cameras, but the issue died in the senate.
Other bills that didn't make the funnel deadline included measures on banning abortions and taxpayer funded political campaigns.
Bills that deal with taxing and spending issues remain eligible for debate at any time, but policy bills that failed to clear a House or Senate Committee this week now are ineligible for consideration the rest of the year.
Radio Iowa contributed to this story