Get used to it: Speeding cameras are in D.C. to stay. But is the city rigging the game by setting unusually low speed limits in their vicinity? Veteran Mount Pleasant activist Jack McKay says yes, at least in one case. In a Greater Greater Washington item, he makes a convincing case that the 30 mph speed limit on the portion of Porter Street/Klingle Road that passes through Rock Creek Park is at least 5 mph too low.
In other news:
An ode to Reno Road (HuffPo)
Provider of D.C. abortions on what banning late-term abortions would mean (Post)