Documents produced as a result of the latest round of subpoenas are in the hands of committee members investigating the Bridge-Gate scandal.

The documents are being kept in a room behind a door marked "authorized personnel only."

Because of the recent weather, this is the first day lawmakers have been able to see the material.

The first Republican to view the information, Assemblywoman...

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