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Ex-D.C. councilman had most of his traffic tickets dropped

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A former member of the D.C. Council had seven of 10 traffic tickets he was issued while on the council dropped by the Department of Motor Vehicles, a new city report has found. The report, an audit issued by the Office of the Inspector General, found that in January 2011, a "then-Councilmember's Chief of Staff" submitted a request to the DMV that 10 tickets be dropped. Three now-former...

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