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Gov. Chris Christie Addresses The Fort Lee George Washington Bridge Scandal
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Dual Bridgegate Probes Continue [AUDIO]

Some political insiders are wondering if the two investigations on a traffic jam scandal orchestrated by former aides to Gov. Chris Christie are on a collision course that will ultimately force the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation to disband so the U.S. Attorney's Office can do its job.

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Gov. Chris Christie Addresses The Fort Lee George Washington Bridge Scandal
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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Christie Gets Extension in GWB Lane Close Suit

A judge has given New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and other defendants more time to file a response to two lawsuits related to lane closures at the George Washington Bridge.

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Attorney Randy Mastro shows his independent review of Bridgegate.
Randy Mastro of Gibson, Dunn & Krutcher holds up the firm's Bridgegate report in March. (Brendan McDermid-Pool/Getty Images)
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List Released to Bridgegate Committee

The New Jersey legislative committee investigating a traffic jam scandal orchestrated by Gov. Chris Christie's aides has received the list of 70 people lawyers for the governor's office interviewed to conduct a separate review of the incident.

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The New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge
The George Washington Bridge. (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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GOP Leader: Bridgegate Probe Should Stop [AUDIO]

On Wednesday, a judge ruled that two key figures in Bridgegate do not have to comply with subpoenas issued by the legislative committee investigating the scandal. The top Republican in the Assembly said it is time for the legislature to step aside and let federal prosecutors take over.

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Gov. Chris Christie Addresses The Fort Lee George Washington Bridge Scandal
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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Should We End the Bridgegate Investigation? [POLL]

The continuing saga of Bridgegate took an interesting turn on Wednesday. Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobsen found no basis to force Bridget Anne Kelly, Governor Chris Christie's former deputy chief of staff, and Bill Stepien, his two-time campaign manager, to comply with the state’s subpoenas.

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Bridget Anne Kelly in Court
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Bridgegate Subpoenas Quashed by Judge [POLL/AUDIO]

In a devastating blow for the legislative committee investigating Bridgegate, a judge has ruled that two key players in the scandal do not have to turn over subpoenaed documents. Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D-Sayreville), co-chair of the Select Committee on Investigation, said his panel's work will not stop, even with these cases being dismissed.

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Gov. Chris Christie Addresses The Fort Lee George Washington Bridge Scandal
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (Spencer Platt, Getty Images)
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Ex-Christie Aides Can Withhold Bridgegate Documents

A New Jersey judge has ruled that two key figures in a political payback scandal ensnaring Gov. Chris Christie's administration do not have to turn over documents to a legislative investigative panel.

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The New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge
The George Washington Bridge. (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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QU Poll: Christie vs. Bridgegate [AUDIO]

Despite a report clearing Gov. Chris Christie of any wrongdoing in connection with the September lane closures in Fort Lee, the Bridgegate debacle may still be affecting how New Jersey voters view Christie's job performance.

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On-ramps to the George Washington Bridge
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Bridgegate Panel Sets Deadline for Christie Lawyers [AUDIO]

The law firm that conducted the Christie administration's internal investigation into Bridgegate has been given until Friday to turn over all documents related to its probe.

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New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation
New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation meeting on April 8, 2014 (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media)
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Tempers Flare at Bridgegate Hearing

Tempers flared during Tuesday's third hearing of the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation, charged with probing the Bridgegate scandal. 

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