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6 surprising revelations from Wildstein’s Bridgegate testimony

NEWARK — Two years before the town of Fort Lee was engulfed in traffic gridlock for four straight days, former Port Authority executive David Wildstein was at the George Washington Bridge and noted that possibility of shutting down the local access lanes as a “potential leverage...
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