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August 13, 2001
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A New Jersey town can remove a wire boundary that allows observant Jews to carry objects on the Sabbath because parts of it were built on public property, a U.S. judge ruled. A lawyer for the Tenafly Eruv Association said his group would appeal the Aug. 9 decision against the local eruv.

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