"Bridgegate illuminates the fundamental problems of the Port Authority that won’t go away once Bridgegate goes away," said Brodsky, who left the New York State Assembly in 2010.
Christie Bridge Scandal: NY Lawmaker Says NJ Can Reform Port Authority
February 10, 2014

Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — With the George Washington Bridge scandal reviving calls to reform the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, a longtime New York State lawmaker says New Jersey can make the powerful agency more accountable almost immediately.

Richard Brodsky, a Democrat who served nearly three decades as an assemblyman in Albany, says New Jersey lawmakers and Gov. Chris Christie could reform the Port Authority by passing an identical version of an authorities law he sponsored in 2009 that would "end the secrecy."

"Bridgegate illuminates the fundamental problems of the Port Authority that won’...

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