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Disabled still unhappy with D.C. red-top meter plan

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Despite months of negotiations, advocates for the handicapped on Monday said they're still unhappy with the District's plan to install hundreds of red-top parking meters and start charging disabled drivers who use them. The program, newly revised in a bill sponsored by D.C. Council member Mary Cheh, D-Ward 3, would require disabled drivers to pay for on-street parking -- something they now get...

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