The Soprano State: New Jersey's Culture Of Corruption is a New York Times Best Seller written by Bob Ingle and Sandy McClure. It details the you-couldn't-make-this-up true story of the corruption that has pervaded New Jersey politics, government, and business for decades. From Jimmy Hoffa purportedly being buried somewhere beneath the end zone in Giants Stadium in the Meadowlands, through allegations of a thoroughly corrupt medical and dental university, through Mafia influence at all levels, to a governor who suddenly declares himself a "gay American" and resigns, the Garden State might indeed be better named after the HBO mobsters. Now, understand the cast of characters in Chris Christie's Bridgegate, follow the shenanigans of Gov. Phil Murphy's administration, and observe the Soprano State's influence on what happens in Washington as we continue to monitor New Jersey politics and corruption with our updates.
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