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D.C. kills $700,000 parking program, asks what next

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The District invested more than $700,000 and hundreds of man-hours creating a handicapped-parking program that it then abruptly canceled -- leaving officials to bicker over why it went down and with few clues about what to do next. The D.C. Council earlier this month voted down the red-top meter program, which would have forced disabled people to pay for parking at city meters but would also...

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