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NJ Politics Roundup: Christie In D.C., Bridge Scandal Attorney, And More

Scandal ridden Gov. Chris Christie will travel to Boston this week and appear with Mitt Romney for a fundraiser.
NJ Politics Roundup: Christie In D.C., Bridge Scandal Attorney, And More
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Via NJ.com:

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie appeared in Washington D.C. this weekend to raise money for Republican governors — but he dodged questions about the George Washington Bridge scandal.

Meanwhile, Christie will travel to Boston this week and appear with Mitt Romney for a fundraiser for the Republican Governors Association.

BRIDGE SCANDAL UPDATE

Attorney Alan Zegas is again at odds with Christie as the attorney for David Wildstein, the governor’s former ally at the center of the bridge controversy.

Meanwhile, Port Authority chairman David Samson's role as head of one of the state's most powerful ...

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