Lawmakers: Public Cut Out of Christie's $300M Renovation

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In this Monday, July 3, 2017 photo, boarded-up windows are seen during renovations at the New Jersey Statehouse, in Trenton, N.J. A bipartisan group of federal and state lawmakers say Republican Gov. Chris Christie improperly cut out the public from weighing in on a four-year, $300 million renovation of New Jersey's deteriorating statehouse and instead pursued a "rigged" process that new documents show included seeking out Wall Street financing four months before the project was authorized.