Christie Pulls Judicial Nominee Amid GWB Flap

The pulling of the nomination late Friday is another wound to an administration facing its most difficult test so far

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    John Hoffman

    Gov. Chris Christie has notified the state Senate that he is withdrawing the nomination of his acting attorney general to the Superior Court.

    The pulling of the nomination late Friday is another wound to an administration facing its most difficult test so far.

    The Republican governor hoped to send acting Attorney General John Hoffman to the bench and clear a spot for his chief of staff, Kevin O'Dowd, to become attorney general.

    More Documents Released in GWB Scandal

    [NY] More Documents Released in George Washington Bridge Scandal
    A New Jersey legislative committee investigating the closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge as apparent political retribution last year has released hundreds more pages of documents. Brian Thompson reports.

    But Democrats have delayed O'Dowd's confirmation hearing indefinitely because of the apparently politically orchestrated closing of approach lanes to the George Washington Bridge that caused traffic chaos in Fort Lee.

    O'Dowd had supervised the aide who was fired for her involvement.

    Codey: Retaliation the Norm in Christie Administration

    [NY] Ex-Gov. Codey: Retaliation the Norm in Christie Administration
    A day after Gov. Christie apologized in the scandal surrounding the shutdown of Fort Lee toll lanes at the George Washington Bridge, former Gov. Dick Codey is claiming retaliation is the norm, not the exception, in the current administration. Brian Thompson reports.

    Three other key associates of the governor are also now gone as a result of the bridge scandal.
     

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