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D.C. revives parking charges for handicapped drivers

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More than 10 percent of the city's on-street parking spaces will soon be reserved for people with disabilities, who will be forced to pay in the District for the first time, under legislation unveiled Monday by Ward 3 D.C. Councilwoman Mary Cheh. The bill restarts implementation of the red-top meter system that got off to what Cheh called a "fairly rocky start" when it was halted almost as soon...

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