NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Two lawsuits filed by people stuck in traffic jams caused by apparently politically motivated lane closings of the George Washington Bridge will move forward without New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as a defendant, a lawyer in the case said Wednesday.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski said Thursday that new subpoenas could be drafted and issued for two of the key players in the Bridgegate scandal, but he also suggested there is more than one way to skin a cat.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's former political strategist informed him that he knew about a plan to realign traffic near the George Washington Bridge the day before Christie told reporters in December that no one close to him had prior knowledge of the operation, the former operative said We…
If a judge forces two key players in Bridgegate to turn over subpoenaed documents, the legislative committee investigating the scandal will get answers to very important and still unanswered questions according to the co-chair of the Select Committee on Investigation.
Two key figures in a political payback scandal ensnaring Gov. Chris Christie's administration reiterated Tuesday to New Jersey legislative investigators that they will not turn over requested documents.