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D.C. takes in $2m from traffic cameras in December

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The District's controversial traffic camera program collected nearly $2 million in December, up more than 2,000 percent from the same time in 2011, city records show. According to a tentative report from the District's chief financial officer, D.C.'s 93 speed and stoplight cameras brought in $1.93 million in December. That's up from the $85,000 the District collected in December 2011, and more...

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