New Bridge-Gate documents released, including more emails, texts between key players

Lawyers for the legislative committee looking into the Bridge-Gate scandal delivered an update to the judge today as a follow-up to a court appearance last week. (3/17/14)

TRENTON - Lawyers for the legislative committee looking into the Bridge-Gate scandal delivered an update to the judge today as a follow-up to a court appearance last week.

It reveals additional emails and texts between Bridget Kelly and Bill Stepien, two of the central players in the Bridge-Gate saga, who have so far refused to cooperate with the committee.

Committee co-chair Sen. Loretta Weinberg say today's filing proves there's more information to be had. "We are talking for the most part about public records," says Weinberg. "That's what we're asking for. If people would just come forth and cooperate we could put an end to this."

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The committee wants the judge to force Stepien and Kelly to cooperate. Lawyers for Bridget Kelly and Bill Stepien have until March 24 to submit their response.

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