NJ Dems Accuse Christie Of $100M No-Bid Cleanup Contract

Law360, New York (February 06, 2013, 6:47 PM ET) -- Democratic lawmakers in New Jersey on Wednesday pressed Gov. Chris Christie for answers on a $100 million contract with a Florida company for Superstorm Sandy debris removal, a contract the lawmakers said was awarded improperly by being allowed to skirt the competitive bidding process.

Sen. Loretta Weinberg, the state’s Senate majority leader, slammed Christie in a statement Tuesday about the state’s contract with AshBritt, the Florida company awarded with the state’s debris removal work in October 2012 with an executive order from Christie rather than an...
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