N.J. releases thousands of documents from Christie bridge investigation

Governor Chris Christie talks to a reporter following a visit to Fort Lee Borough Hall Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014, in Fort Lee, N.J. to apologize to Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich about the governor's staff allegedly closing lanes to the George Washington Bridge last September. (Kathy Willens/AP Photo)

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Documents tell the story of New Jersey bridge shutdown

A New Jersey legislative committee released thousands of documents Friday relating to a traffic-jam scandal that has dogged Gov. Chris Christie's administration the past few days.The documents include communication among Gov. Christie's aides and with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey regarding the shutdown of three lanes on the George Washington Bridge in September. The shutdown, which flooded the town of Fort Lee, N.J., with traffic, allegedly was political revenge against the mayor of Fort Lee for …

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