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D.C. rakes in $85m from traffic cameras

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The District took in nearly $85 million in its most recent fiscal year from its sprawling network of speed and red-light cameras, shattering its previous record and inflaming an ongoing debate about ticket-based fines. According to statistics from the District's chief financial officer, the city collected $84.9 million in "automated traffic enforcement" revenues through the end of September,...

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