Still no policy on use of personal email by officials in NJ

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    Melissa Hayes, Statehouse bureau reporter for The Record, spoke with NewsWorks Tonight host Brad Linder about New Jersey officials communicating through private email.

    Nearly a year before revelations that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used her personal email account for official business, the Christie administration was chastised because staff members communicated through private emails. And that criticism came not from Gov. Chris Christie’s political foes, but from lawyers hired by his team to investigate the burgeoning George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.

    Click here to read the story on NorthJersey.com.

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