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Groups allied against Walt Disney Co.'s proposed park near Civil War battlefields in northern Virginia turned to TV and print ads last week to fight what they predicted would be massive traffic snarls if local governments approve it. TV spots for the Coalition Against Gridlock, produced by political consultancy Squier, Knapp, Ochs, Washington, appeared on local stations. But an intergovernmental panel still gave conditional approval to road expansion for the project.
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