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MTA Argues Unsealing Records Would Be Inconvenient, Inefficient

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The Massachusetts Turnpike Authority wants some 3,000 boxes of documents related to the death of a woman in the Interstate 90 connector tunnel ceiling collapse last July sealed. They argue, in response to requests for the data from both the woman’s family and the Boston Globe, that some of the information in the boxes is sensitive information and that reviewing and redacting that it “would be extremely time-consuming, inefficient, unduly burdensome and costly.”