NJ Bridge Scandal
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.
Some northern New Jersey residents have returned to the scene of a notorious traffic jam.
More subpoenas are expected to be issued by a New Jersey legislative committee investigating a plot to create gridlock by blocking lanes near the George Washington Bridge.
Chris Stigall criticized the Newark Star-Ledger for apologizing for its endorsement of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie prior to his re-election last fall on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT Monday morning.
Ever since the Bridgegate probe began, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been the target of attacks from several high ranking Democrats. So it might surprise you that a local Democrat about to leave the political stage says he feels for the embattled governor.
New Jersey lawmakers investigating a political payback scandal ensnaring Gov. Chris Christie’s administration may need to get a judge to force two key figures to turn over subpoenaed documents.
The Republican governor and possible 2016 presidential candidate fielded questions for the first time in three weeks about a scandal that has engulfed his administration and threatened to upend any political ambitions.
Gov. Chris Christie’s re-election campaign is asking permission to exceed New Jersey’s election spending cap to pay lawyers handling subpoenas issued in an investigation of a political payback scandal.
In a letter released to The New York Times, attorney Alan Zegas is demanding that the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey reconsider paying the legal costs of his client, former authority manager David Wildstein.
Gov. Chris Christie’s office has agreed to pay $650 per hour to the lawyer representing the governor’s office in a traffic jam scandal. And the lawyer says that’s a discount.
The New Jersey state legislature has formed a new joint bi-partisan committee to investigate the George Washington Bridge scandal.