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Topic - Kelly Buckland
Advocates say disabled D.C. drivers should not be penalized because others motorists have fraudulently used handicapped placards to get parking spaces in the past.
"This program was rolled out much too quickly," said Kelly Buckland of the National Council on Independent Living.
Mr. Buckland, who uses a wheelchair, said he personally has had problems feeding parking meters in the city because of things like dirt medians between sidewalks and streets and large planters getting in the way.