Investigation questions Christie's cancellation of tunnel project

04/11/2012 | New Jersey Online

A yearlong Government Accountability Office investigation raises doubts about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's claim that he killed a project to build a rail tunnel under the Hudson River because of spiraling cost estimates. The nonpartisan arm of Congress said the cost estimates in 2010 when Christie announced his opposition to the project were no different than those discussed in 2008 before Christie became governor, the GAO said.

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