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D.C. would raise $1.5m by charging disabled for parking

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The District could take in about $1.5 million a year from handicapped drivers once it starts requiring them to pay for parking that once was free. The red-top meter program -- which still needs D.C. Council approval -- would force all people with disability placards to pay for parking for the first time. But the program would also reserve 1,800 special meters -- signified by a painted red top...

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