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Christie Bridge Scandal: NJ Lawmakers Reviewing Records Say They Are 'Voluminous'

“It’s going to take all the members of the committee time to read through all of this and begin putting pieces of the puzzle together,” said Assemblywoman Amy Handlin.
Christie Bridge Scandal: NJ Lawmakers Reviewing Records Say They Are 'Voluminous'
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Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — State lawmakers who began poring over binders of new documents in the George Washington Bridge scandal said today the information was "voluminous" and some portions were heavily redacted, but no significant revelations had emerged so far.

“It’s just a lot of material,” said Assemblywoman Amy Handlin (R-Monmouth), who spent several hours reading. “It’s going to take all the members of the committee time to read through all of this and begin putting pieces of the puzzle together.”

The focus of the Legislature's investigation into the September lane closures at the bridge turned to a ...

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