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Pike budget pinch is felt at tollbooths, where drivers fume

By Noah Bierman and Stewart Bishop
Globe Staff And Globe Correspondent / April 14, 2009

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Easter weekend traffic jams that backed up as far as 7 miles along the Massachusetts Turnpike were the direct result of state officials declining to pay extra toll takers to work overtime shifts. And the head of the Turnpike shrugged yesterday and said the authority would not soon change its overtime policy, meaning the motoring public should prepare for many ... (Full article: 625 words)

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