Dustin Racioppi, USA Today, March 27, 2014

For a pricey admission, New Jersey taxpayers now have a front-row seat to Gov. Chris Christie’s national rehab from scandal. After three months of press-dodging and largely evading public questions on the George Washington Bridge lane closures, the politically hobbled governor finally gets to tell his side of the saga, and on his own terms. The cost to state taxpayers: $1 million.

Davia Temin, who runs a crisis-management company in New York, said Christie should have ordered an investigation into the lane closure and he should have released the findings of the investigation shortly after it concluded. […read more]