NJ Bridge Scandal
The probe by New Jersey legislators into last year’s shutdown of lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge has gone on for more than nine months and it appears Governor Chris Christie is losing patience with Democrats
Governor Chris Christie vented his frustrations Thursday at the legislative committee investigating the George Washington Bridge traffic scandal.
Gibson Dunn has charged the state more than $7 million so far, including $388,014 for May, $249,972 for June and $146,473 for July.
In what’s become customary practice in the investigative hearings about the George Washington Bridge lane closures, Kevin O’Dowd began his testimony by clearing his name.
Gov. Chris Christie’s chief of staff has been ordered to appear before a legislative panel investigating lane closures at the George Washington Bridge.
A last-minute change prevented what could have been an uncomfortable moment during the Sept. 11 museum dedication ceremony: remarks by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie followed by the song “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”
Christie announced on Tuesday that he’s recommended John Degnan to replace David Samson, who resigned last month.
According to the most recent Fairleigh Dickinson University Public Mind Poll, just 37% of voters surveyed nationwide say Christie was in the dark.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie says he would have stopped aides from blocking George Washington Bridge traffic if he had known about the plan in advance.
Lawmakers announced Tuesday that they had issued subpoenas to former Christie aide Christina Genovese Renna, current press secretary Michael Drewniak, Port Authority Commissioner William Schuber and executive director Patrick Foye.
Two former associates of Gov. Chris Christie do not have to hand over documents to a legislative committee investigating the traffic jam scandal engulfing the governor, a New Jersey judge ruled Wednesday.
Gov. Chris Christie on Friday defended a report by taxpayer-funded lawyers who cleared him of any involvement in closing lanes near the George Washington Bridge for political reasons, saying it “will stand the test of time.”
A law firm hired by New Jersey governor Chris Christie says the governor was not involved in a plot to create gridlock near the George Washington Bridge as part of a political retribution scheme.
WPHT’s Chris Stigall argued that problems with the dissemination of Hurricane Sandy relief funds will ultimately derail New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s Presidential ambitions.
Two of Gov. Chris Christie’s former aides are due in court next month for a hearing over whether they must provide information requested by a state legislative committee.