One of the New Jersey legislative committees set to resume the investigation of the bridge scandal involving Gov. Chris Christie (R) plans to meet on Thursday to plan the next round of subpoenas in the case.
With the state legislature starting a new session this week, the task of investigating the scandal is being transferred from a single Assembly transportation committee to a pair of special committees, one in the Assembly and the other in the Senate, being created specifically to investigate the scandal.
Democrats announced Tuesday the process for creating the Assembly's investigative committee.
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