NJ Assembly To Vote On Sandy Relief Watchdog Bills

Law360, New York (February 7, 2013, 4:36 PM EST) -- New Jersey General Assembly panel on Thursday approved for a full Assembly vote a pair of bills designed to keep track of how Superstorm Sandy relief money is spent, including one that would install “integrity monitors” to ensure Sandy funds do not fall victim to fraud.

The assembly’s budget committee released A-60, which would authorize the use of integrity monitors to oversee projects funded with federal relief money, and A-61, which would establish a website to create transparency and would order comprehensive quarterly reports on how...
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