New Jersey Lt. Governor Denies Sandy Money Accusations

Monday, January 20, 2014

New Jersey’s Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno this morning forcefully denied accusations from Hoboken Mayor Dawn Zimmer that Guadagno tied the release of Superstorm Sandy disaster relief money to Zimmer fast-tracking approval of a building project favored by Governor Chris Christie.

Christie is already facing investigations into whether lane closures at the George Washington Bridge were political retribution.

New Jersey politics reporter Melissa Hayes of The Bergen Record joins Here & Now’s Robin Young with the latest.


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