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D.C. pulls in $21 million from traffic cameras in February

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The District said Monday that it collected $21.2 million in February in fines generated by its network of red-light and speed cameras. The city's chief financial officer released statistics showing that the city's take had increased by $3.9 million -- 23 percent -- from the same period a year ago. February's revenues mean the city has collected $49.53 million so far in the 2013 fiscal year,...

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