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January 9th, 2014
04:57 PM ET

New Jersey's lane closure scandal

Brooke Baldwin talks to New Jersey State Senator Barbara Buono about Governor Chris Christie's denial of any kowledge in the New Jersey lane closure scandal. Sen. Buono and her constituents were mocked in emails invovled in the scandal. The lane closures caused massive traffic jams and allegedly were intiated as political retribution.

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  1. Bob Evans, a Christie supporter


    If, as we have been led to believe, the Fort Lee traffic issues arose from a traffic survey, then let's see the survey plan, authorization, data gathered and results. I don't believe that traffic surveys happen simply because transportation workers independently and arbitrarily decide to head out, block off lanes and count things. A presentation of the prior plan, its' intent and the resulting facts should support Governor Christie's position and vindicate him so that we can all move on.

    Bob Evans
    Naperville, IL

    January 10, 2014 at 3:33 pm |
  2. Nancy Julian

    If you were the govenor of New Jersy and you had a giant and mystereious traffic pile-up wreaking havoc with commerce to New York City that went on for days, wouldn't you think it would behoove you to find out what was causing it so it could be fixed? I don"t see any indication that he did that which makes me suspicious of his denials.

    January 11, 2014 at 5:38 pm |
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