If you suspected bondholders were a tough bunch but weren't sure about the lengths to which they'd go to protect an investment, a bill now pending before the New Jersey Legislature might provide a gauge.

Under a proposal that passed the Assembly's transportation committee last month, New Jersey would exempt drivers with upper arm disabilities from paying tolls in order to spare them the embarrassment of long delays at toll booths while they struggle to pay the fee.

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