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July 30, 2007 6:00 AM

State Department redeploys staff to ease passport crisis

Thursday’s mail truck was a small rivulet in a flood of demands for passports this year that has swamped the State Department, prompting long lines outside passport offices, jammed call centers and angry congressmen demanding answers from bureaucrats.

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