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D.C. Council cuts plan to cut traffic ticket fines

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D.C. lawmakers pushed back Thursday against a city analysis that showed a controversial plan to curb traffic fines would end up costing the District $95 million in lost revenue over four years. "The fiscal impact analysis is crazy," said D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson, who chairs the legislative committee that approved a revised proposal to reduce all speeding fines and trim penalties for...

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