Bridgegate; Cuomo’s State of the State; Saying Sorry; Making It In The Middle

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Thursday, January 09, 2014

“Time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee.” Hear more details about the emails showing top Christie aids in New Jersey planning to close access lanes to the George Washington Bridge as retribution for the mayor not endorsing the Governor. Plus: New York State Senator Dean Skelos (R-9th) reacts Governor Cuomo’s State of the State address; more stories from WNYC’s “Life in the Middle” series about middle-income New Yorkers; and a deep dive into apologies of all kinds and your calls on advice for how to say you’re sorry.

Dean Skelos on Working With Cuomo (and de Blasio)

New York State Senator Dean Skelos (R-9th, Nassau County), temporary senate president and majority coalition leader (R, C, IP), reacts to the governor's speech and talks about the next legislative session.


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Five Neighborhoods Living 'Life in the Middle'

Jim O'Grady and Stephen Nessen, WNYC Reporters, and Jenny Ye, WNYC data news producer, discuss WNYC's series "Life in the Middle," which is exploring five NYC neighborhoods where the median income reflects the city's median income.


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Christie: "I Did Not Understand the True Nature of the Problem"

Christie's aides appeared to plan a traffic disruption as payback to the Fort Lee mayor, who didn't cross party lines to endorse the governor for reelection.

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