Legislators find no clear evidence against Christie in Bridgegate
A draft report by a New Jersey legislative committee said there was "no conclusive evidence" that Gov. Chris Christie (R) knew in advance about allegedly politically motivated 2013 lane closings on the George Washington Bridge. Still, Christie "knew more than he was publicly saying" after the scandal erupted last year, said Assemblyman John Wisniewski, a Democrat and co-chairman of committee. Several Christie aides and appointees declined to speak with investigators.