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No. 15 Washington, D.C.

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Our nation’s capital is trying to clean up its act. Starting
this summer, pedestrians can be fined $75 for littering. Perhaps voters also
find political talk toxic: they ranked the city in the bottom 10 for peace
and quiet
. Otherwise, AFC voters gave high marks to the city’s mass
transit
, walkable
streets
, and museums.

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America's Dirtiest Cities 2011

No. 15 Washington, D.C.

Our nation’s capital is trying to clean up its act. Starting
this summer, pedestrians can be fined $75 for littering. Perhaps voters also
find political talk toxic: they ranked the city in the bottom 10 for peace
and quiet
. Otherwise, AFC voters gave high marks to the city’s mass
transit
, walkable
streets
, and museums.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

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America's Dirtiest Cities 2011

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