TRENTON, N.J. – There’s a new twist in the controversy surrounding the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (EDA) and pitting New Jersey’s two most power Democrats – Governor Phil Murphy and insurance tycoon George Norcross – against one another in a high stakes legal and political war:
A state grand jury has hit the EDA with [at least one] subpoena; that’s according to Politico New Jersey.
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Politico says it’s not clear whether the subpoena(s) relate to an ongoing investigation or something tax credit-specific.
There’s also a separate legal battle unfolding in Mercer County Superior Court initiated by Norcross who is suing Murphy and the EDA task force.