A new 75,000-seat NASCAR/Indy race track near Joliet, IL, is set to begin operations in 2001. The track is located on a 2-lane road, which owners want converted into a one-way street: one way in on Sunday mornings and reversed after racing on Sunday afternoons. The problem, however, is that the access road runs right into a church — literally. Making the road one-directional would make it impossible for about 100 people to get to and from each of two morning services, say parishioners of ...

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