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March 30, 2014 AT 8:22 AM
New Jersey state Senator Loretta Weinberg, who is leading an investigation of a lane-closing incident that has become a political headache for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, said Sunday the Republican governor should testify before her committee. On NBC's Meet the Press, Weinberg said, “If Gov. Christie comes before our committee under oath and brings all these documents with him, I’d be more than satisfied,” Last week, Randy Mastro, a former federal prosecutor and ex-chief of staff to former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, issued a 360-page report which cleared Christie of blame for the closing last September of certain lanes leading to the George Washington Bridge.