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(Bloomberg) — New York and New Jersey restored transportation services on Sunday and strove to be ready for a near-normal workweek, while Washington was a little slower to overcome the blizzard that blanketed parts of the Mid-Atlantic region with two feet of snow.

Stock, bond, and commodities markets in New York are planning to operate on regular schedules Monday, spokeswomen said. In Washington, the House of Representatives canceled all votes scheduled for this week because of the severity of the storm, while the Senate postponed to Wednesday from Tuesday a vote to confirm John M. Vazquez as a district judge for New Jersey.

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