Hearing proves a hard ticket to get
WASHINGTON -- The line began forming in the chilly darkness before 6 a.m., the kind of queue that could be found outside ballparks and arenas across the country in the days and hours before tickets to a jewel event were about to come available. This was a line of insanely devoted fans, to baseball, and even more than that, the truth.
Justin Keelty, a paralegal who works in town, was among the first to arrive, assuring himself a seat in the hearing room at the Rayburn building, ...
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