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Boston in an Uproar Over Democratic Convention Plan

Boston business owners and area motorists reacted with disbelief and fury on Friday to plans to shut down major highways for security reasons during this summer’s Democratic National Convention. Traffic in Boston — already one of the most confusing U.S. cities to navigate — is set to enter a new dimension of chaos when Democrats gather here in the last week in July for the first political nominating convention since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. “We’re road kill,” lamented the Boston Herald on its front page as it described the “commuter nightmare” that awaits drivers from July 26-29, when Democrats are expected to nominate Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry as their presidential candidate. Full Story

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