Statue of Liberty to Reopen by July

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The Statue of Liberty, closed since Superstorm Sandy, will reopen by July 4th.  The storm last October damaged walkways and docks on the island, but the statue itself was not damaged, according to New York Daily News.

Since the closure, about 400 National Park Service workers were suddenly unemployed.  They will be able to return when the island reopens.

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