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D.C. camera ticket revenues fall in March

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After months of 10-figure hauls, income from the District's controversial network of traffic cameras plunged in March to $2.6 million, a steep drop that did little to quiet the program's persistent critics. Despite the puzzling plummet, the city remained on track to set another annual collections record from payments on tickets generated by the cameras. According to statistics from the...

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