WNYC today compiled a clever list of “18 ways Christie and his officials have blocked access to information.”
The release of the subpoenaed documents “exposed the Christie Administration's involvement in Bridgegate show how the Governor's Office has been keeping its decisions and expenditures quiet despite laws that require official business to be made public.”
The state secrets include everything from visitors at the governor’s mansion to State Police overtime data to taxpayer-funded attorneys representing Christie in abuse-of-power investigations.
A handful of lawsuits have already been filed over the exemptions and redactions. We’re looking forward to the stories that follow.