Army Proposes Contracting Ban For NJ Lawmaker

Law360, New York (December 4, 2012, 7:20 PM EST) -- Troubles continue to mount for a New Jersey assemblyman accused of writing about $400,000 in bad checks, with the U.S. Army now calling for the debarment of the lawmaker and two of his companies from federal contracts over their handling of work in Afghanistan.

Assemblyman Robert Schroeder is president of All Points International Distributors Inc., which the federal government contends withheld payments to an Afghan subcontractor and failed to deliver a large tent structure used by U.S. forces.

Schroeder, API and the company's vice president, James...
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