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N.J. legislators see traffic tie-up papers

TRENTON, N.J. — A Republican lawmaker and a Democratic colleague were among the first to enter Room 381 of the New Jersey Statehouse annex to see closely guarded documents that shed little light on intentional traffic tie-ups at the George Washington Bridge.

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  • Headline: N.J. legislators see traffic tie-up papers
  • Publication: Front Section, Pages 7 on 02/07/2014
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