One year after the internal investigation into lane closures on the George Washington Bridge was made public, clearing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, reforms called for in the report — and that Christie endorsed — have largely gone nowhere.
Christie commissioned the Mastro report, which pointed the fingers at employees in the Christie administration, but not at him directly.
WNYC’s Matt Katz spoke with NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller about Christie’s post-Bridgegate ethics reforms.
He points out that the report calls for changing how personal email accounts are used. The written policy for communications for state employees has not changed in the past year, reports Katz. Legal guidance given to employees has supposedly changed, but Katz says the Christie administration has declined to make that guidance public.