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Former Top Christie Aide, Charged In ‘Bridgegate,’ Appears In Court
WNYC Public Radio | September 8, 2016 | Politics
Bridget Anne Kelly’s lawyer suggests that ‘highest officials in the state’ were involved in scheme to tie up traffic in Fort Lee
The Conspiracy Timeline: Christie, United Airlines, and the ‘Chairman’s Flight’
WNYC Public Radio | July 15, 2016 | Politics
How Christie mentor David Samson and former Transportation Secretary Jamie Fox ended up in a federal courtroom
Taking the Pulse of Obamacare in NJ, Six Years On
WNYC Public Radio | July 13, 2016 | Healthcare
The Affordable Care Act has brought health coverage to thousands New Jerseyans, but can it remain affordable?
Eight Hundred Workers Idled by Transportation Trust Fund Stalemate
WNYC Public Radio | July 13, 2016 | Transportation
Number could more than double by end of week, during what should be peak employment period for construction workers
NJ Transit’s Infrastructure -- Especially Its Hudson Tunnel -- Shows Its Age
WNYC Public Radio | July 8, 2016 | Transportation
An agency beset by budget gaps, major stoppages, low morale, and a crumbling tunnel
Battle of Insurance Claims Follows Long After Battering by Sandy
WNYC Public Radio | May 25, 2016 | Social
FEMA now agrees with 80 percent of the homeowners who say they were underpaid.
Former Gov. Whitman Takes on Today’s Raucous Republicans
WNYC Public Radio | April 13, 2016 | Politics
To hear her tell it, a Trump candidacy would be a disaster that could cost the GOP seats in House and Senate.
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