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Christie Bridge Scandal: Panel Looking Into Whether Governor Flew In Helicopter Over Fort Lee

The panel may issue a new set of subpoenas after meeting today, and that could include a request for Christie's helicopter logs, a source said.
Christie Bridge Scandal: Panel Looking Into Whether Governor Flew In Helicopter Over Fort Lee

Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — The state legislative committee investigating the George Washington Bridge scandal is looking into whether Gov. Chris Christie flew in a State Police helicopter over Fort Lee at the time of last year's controversial lane closures, according to a source with knowledge of the probe.

The source, who is not authorized to speak about the investigation, requested anonymity.

The panel issued a new set of 18 subpoenas today, including one to the New Jersey State Police aviation unit, which oversees the governor's helicopter travel.

Democrats have accused Christie's office of organizing ...

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