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WASHINGTON — An appeals court in Washington denied the District of Columbia’s attempt to moot its own appeal of a challenge against the $100 speeding fine it issued against a company, which now contests the district’s traffic enforcement policies. Voiding its own ticket did not convince the court that the district has changed the challenged enforcement practices.