Which N.J. politicians got all that Birdsall money?

 Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford is one of dozens of New Jersey politicians who accepted illegal financial contributions from engineering firm Birdsall Services Group. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz, file)

Atlantic City Mayor Lorenzo Langford is one of dozens of New Jersey politicians who accepted illegal financial contributions from engineering firm Birdsall Services Group. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz, file)

The well-connected engineering firm Birdsall Services Group that pleaded guilty to evading New Jersey’s “Pay to Play” law didn’t do it in a vacuum. The company used employees making small donations to fly “under the radar” for years while funneling political contributions to politicians who otherwise could not take the money.  

Sunday in the Newark Star-Ledger, state house reporter Chris Baxter detailed which elected officials took contributions and what they said when asked about giving them back. Baxter spoke with WHYY’s Dave Heller.

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