The impasse that had blocked New Jersey’s collection of its share of the $206 billion national tobacco settlement ended Tuesday, as the lawyers who had been holding it up agreed to drop their appeals.

Instead of getting what they wanted — a certified acknowledgment of their contributions toward the pact — Terry Bottinelli and Marc Saperstein had to settle for short mention in a press release.

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