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D.C. seeks to replace deteriorating Frederick Douglass Bridge

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Gaping holes in steel beams, cracked glass, rickety catwalks and rust everywhere -- that's the view from underneath D.C.'s Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge. The 63-year-old bridge, which carries South Capitol Street past National Park and over the Anacostia River, is slated for a $660 million replacement, and on Wednesday, District officials made the case for why it should receive the funds....

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