Six livery car companies that say they lost business while stuck in traffic at the George Washington Bridge in September filed a class-action lawsuit today against the Christie administration.
Hired Drivers' Lawsuit Accuses Christie Administration Of 'Reckless Conduct' In Lane Closures
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January 14, 2014

Via NJ.com:

Six livery car companies that say they lost business while stuck in traffic at the George Washington Bridge in September filed a class-action lawsuit in Superior Court in Hackensack today against the Christie administration and the governor’s campaign operation, claiming their "intentional and reckless conduct" conspired to shut down bridge lanes.

Lawyers for the six companies say the class-action, if certified by a judge, could involve thousands of other motorists who found themselves stuck in traffic during four days of shutdowns.

Attorney Michael J. Epstein said he intends to subpoena E-Z...

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