Bridge Scandal Panel Asks Judge To Compel Christie Advisers To Produce Records

Bridge Scandal Panel Asks Judge To Compel Christie Advisers To Produce Records

Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — The attorney representing the legislative panel investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures filed a request today asking a judge to compel two former advisers to Gov. Chris Christie to answer a subpoena and produce records about their involvement in the controversy, the panel's co-chairs said today.

The joint committee will seek an order from a Superior Court judge in Mercer County forcing political strategist Bill Stepien and former Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Anne Kelly to comply with the subpoenas requesting records related to the September closings, state Senat...

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