Recipients include the governor's incoming chief of staff and his communications director, according to two sources close to the investigation.
Subpoenas Continue To Flow To Chris Christie Insiders In GWB Investigation
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January 17, 2014

Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — The list of high-level Port Authority and Christie administration officials who received subpoenas from newly formed state Assembly panel investigating the George Washington Bridge scandal includes the governor's incoming chief of staff and his communications director, according to two sources close to the investigation.

UPDATE: Christie bridge scandal: N.J. Assembly panel releases partial subpoena list, including governor's office

A total of 17 people and three organizations must produce records to Assembly's investigative committee. They include Regina Egea, Christie's incoming c...

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