Christie Stresses Bipartisanship In NJ Post-Sandy Rebuild

Law360, New York (January 08, 2013, 6:24 PM ET) -- Rebuilding homes and infrastructure that Superstorm Sandy wrecked in New Jersey will take years, but strong leadership and bipartisan cooperation will help the state meet that challenge and come back stronger than ever, Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday during his annual State of the State address.

Christie, a Republican who is up for re-election this year, said much work lies ahead but also pointed to a number of rebuilding efforts so far, including the creation of a cabinet-level position to oversee the recovery process.

"We will...
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