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"We typically don't make those recovering from substance abuse sign documents admitting their problem, so let's not hold those fighting to recover from gambling addiction to a more difficult standard," Assemblyman John Burzichelli added. "This can help many people get the help they need without embarrassing them."
Assemblyman John Burzichelli, who is serving as spokesman for the town, said the bridge apparently buckled as it did during a derailment in 2009.