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This Week In Politics: The Snowball Effect

Saturday, January 25, 2014

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Mayor Bill de Blasio briefs the press on snow storm clean-up efforts with FDNY chief Salvatore Cassano (c) and Dept. of Sanitation head John Doherty (R). Mayor Bill de Blasio briefs the press on snow storm clean-up efforts with FDNY chief Salvatore Cassano (c) and Dept. of Sanitation head John Doherty (R). (Stephen Nessen/WNYC)

Snow created problems on both sides of the Hudson this week: for Mayor Bill de Blasio, who was forced to acknowledge that "more could have been done" when it came to snow removal; and for Chris Christie, whose inaugural party had to be cancelled. The Governor delivered his inaugural address even as FBI agents began to investigate a second allegation of abuse of power — this one over a Hoboken development deal and Sandy aid.

WNYC's Andrea Bernstein, Brigid Bergin and New Jersey Public Radio's Nancy Solomon break it all down.

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