The subpoena seeks records from a broad range of former authority officials regarding their interactions with Jersey City
What a smarmy, stinking crook this guy is.
The governors of New York and New Jersey jointly vetoed legislation this Saturday designed to clean up the troubled Port Authority in their states.
Records show that the lobbyist argued for the station within months of an agreement signed with NJ Transit to move forward on the rail project.
The subpoena issued to the campaign also seeks any correspondence between the campaign and Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich going back to April of last year, Sheridan confirmed.
Friday afternoon news dump, and this is a good one.
Blue Jersey is on top of the latest details.
Rachel Maddow points out how the blame and legal representation in the New Jersey scandals change the dynamics of the investigation.
Port Authority officials were told to create a new executive job for David Wildstein, the governor's friend.
Bruce stopped by Jimmy Fallon's show to share his thoughts on the Christie scandal.
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