NJ Gov. Quiet On Bridge, Sandy Aid Scandals At Inauguration

Law360, New York (January 21, 2014, 8:06 PM EST) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday was inaugurated to his second term in office, and though he remained silent on new allegations in scandals surrounding a partial bridge closure and Superstorm Sandy aid, state lawmakers promised an exhaustive investigation by a joint legislative body.

Christie took his oath as a brutal winter storm congested roadways, and he renewed his pledge to serve the citizens of New Jersey in a roughly 20-minute speech in which he hewed closely to a prepared statement. Unlike Christie’s State of...
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