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Examiner Local Editorial: D.C. becoming one big speed trap

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In a single month, the District of Columbia took in just under $26 million in revenue from its ubiquitous traffic cameras. And, no, that figure wasn't a typo when The Washington Examiner published it Tuesday. To put that staggering sum in perspective, it is more than twice the $12 million taken in last January. In fact, the District took in only $55 million from these cameras for the entire...

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