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LA Times: A radical new way to fight parking tickets in N.H.: Would it work in L.A.?

Parking violation penalties have to be high enough to ensure parking spot turnover in high-traffick areas and to serve as a powerful reminder not to break the rules again. Clearly, the $5 citations issued in Keene would not change behavior in Los Angeles.

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