State Assemblyman John Wisniewksi (D-Middlesex), the panel's co-chair, said collecting the documents could be a drawn-out process, partly because many of those subpoenaed have requested extensions.
Chris Christie Bridge Scandal Doesn't Rest For Super Bowl; Subpoenaed Documents Due Today
Bridget Anne Kelly, one of the Christie staffers who was subpoenaed.Credit: Flickr
February 3, 2014


By Jenna Portnoy and Brent Johnson/The Star-Ledger

EAST RUTHERFORD — Gov. Chris Christie watched his state host football’s biggest game Sunday night from the privacy of a MetLife Stadium luxury box filled with his family and friends — including former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.

But the George Washington Bridge scandal surrounding his administration didn’t break for Super Bowl Sunday.

Nor will it today.

The Associated Press reported Sunday that an aide to the Republican governor — and one of the 18 people subpoenaed by a legislative committee investigating the controversy — has quit...

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