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One of New Jersey’s top lawmakers said Saturday that he plans to subpoena more documents related to the closure of the George Washington Bridge last September that was revealed last week to have been orchestrated by top aides to Gov. Chris Christie.
Democrat Vincent Prieto, Speaker-Elect of the New Jersey State Assembly, told the New York Daily News Saturday that he plans to summon legislators to Trenton Thursday to vote on extending the state’s subpoena power.
The current window for the assembly to subpoena documents and testimony related to the closures expires Tuesday, the same day that Christie is scheduled to give New Jersey’s State of the State address.