Bridge panel to hear from ex-Christie aide
TRENTON, N.J. - New Jersey lawmakers probing the George Washington Bridge lane closures are set to hear from a former aide to Gov. Chris Christie.
Christina Renna has been subpoenaed to appear Tuesday before the legislative committee investigating who was behind the politically motivated order to close lanes leading to the bridge last September.
Renna had worked for Christie's deputy chief of staff, Bridget Kelly. Kelly apparently set the lane closings in motion with an email saying "time to cause some traffic problems in Fort Lee." She was later fired.
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