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Regina Egea, left, answers a question as she appears before the legislative panel investigating Bridgegate
Regina Egea, left, answers a question as she appears before the legislative panel investigating Bridgegate (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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Text, traffic study dominate latest Bridgegate hearing

The revelation of a deleted text to Gov. Chris Christie at the height of the so-called Bridgegate scandal and the fact that the governor's Authorities Unit director still believes lanes were closed at the George Washington Bridge for a traffic study were the key takeaways from Thursday's hearing convened by the Select Committee on Investigation.

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Chris Christie
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Poll: Christie’s Approval Numbers Stabilize [POLL/AUDIO]

Governor Chris Christie's job approvals are leveling off as the public's interest in the Bridgegate scandal wanes, but more New Jerseyans than not believe the state is headed in the wrong direction according to a Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released Tuesday.

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The New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge
The New Jersey side of the George Washington Bridge (Andrew Burton, Getty Images)
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Lawmaker: Port Authority Reform Bills in “Legislative Siberia” [AUDIO]

As the New Jersey Legislative Select Committee on Investigation continues to probe the Bridgegate scandal, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey continues to spend millions in taxpayer money every day with little oversight according to Assemblywoman Amy Handlin (R-Belford).

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Gov. Chris Christie
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Gov: Bridgegate Won’t Impact Prez Run [POLL/VIDEO/AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie is definitely mulling a run for president in 2016. He confirmed that Wednesday at the Peter G. Peterson Foundation 2014 Fiscal Summit in Washington, D.C.

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Mike Drewniak (L) and his attorney at legislative Bridgegate hearing
Mike Drewniak (L) and his attorney at legislative Bridgegate hearing (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Christie Reacts to Bridgegate Testimony [POLL/AUDIO]

Gov. Chris Christie, appearing on "Ask the Governor," said the Select Committee on Investigation has taken almost 11 hours of Bridgegate testimony and has learned nothing that isn't in the report issued by lawyers who conducted an internal probe.

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Mike Drewniak (L) and his attorney at legislative Bridgegate hearing
Mike Drewniak (L) and his attorney at legislative Bridgegate hearing (Kevin McArdle, Townsquare Media NJ)
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Christie: ‘Nothing New’ in Bridgegate Hearing

More sworn testimony is expected Tuesday as Gov. Chris Christie's press secretary, Michael Drewniak is scheduled to take the stand before the Select Committee on Investigation.

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Christina Renna testifying
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Renna: Kelly Not the Bridgegate Architect [AUDIO]

Following Tuesday's near-five-hour hearing, we still don't know who ordered the unannounced access lane closures to the George Washington Bridge in September, or why the directive was given.

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Asm. John Wisniewski, Sen. Loretta Weinberg
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Bridgegate Panel Alleges Christie Fear Factor [POLL/AUDIO]

After roughly five hours of sworn testimony Tuesday, the Democratic co-chairs of the joint legislative committee probing the Bridgegate scandal said one thing is becoming increasingly clearer: the Christie administration operates through fear.

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Former aide to Gov. Chris Christie, Christina Renna , testifies during a hearing
Former aide to Gov. Chris Christie, Christina Renna , testifies during a hearing (Kena Betancur/Getty Images)
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Ex-Official Testifies on Bridgegate [AUDIO]

We are streaming live video as Gov. Chris Christie‘s former director of Intergovernmental Affairs, Susan Renna, testifies before the Select Committee on Investigation — the legislative panel probing the Bridgegate scandal.

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Gov. Chris Christie Addresses The Fort Lee George Washington Bridge Scandal
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Gov: I’ll Cooperate With Probes…for Now [AUDIO]

The New Jersey legislative committee investigating the Bridgegate scandal will take center stage again next month when it calls four witnesses to testify. Tuesday, Gov. Chris Christie was asked if his office will continue to cooperate with the probe, and he said his administration will play ball -- for the time being.

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