Emails from a top aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie indicate that his office, despite the governor's denials, was closely involved in the controversial -- and unannounced -- closing of traffic lanes in September over the George Washington Bridge, according to New York and New Jersey media reports.
The New Jersey Senate is looking into allegations that the shutdown, which caused a massive gridlock in the town of Fort Lee, may have been retribution for the Democratic mayor's refusal to back Christie in his re-election last year...
Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Reports: Christie aide sent emails signaling lane closure: