NJ Gov. Announces Plan For $1.46B Superstorm Sandy Aid

Law360, New York (February 3, 2014, 6:03 PM EST) --  New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Monday detailed how his administration plans to spend $1.46 billion in federal Superstorm Sandy aid, pledging the funds toward rebuilding, energy and economic growth initiatives, amid lingering allegations that Christie used Sandy aid as a slush fund.

In a Monday statement, the Christie administration announced details for the $1.46 billion chunk of $5.6 billion of federal aid money devoted to helping the state rebuild after Sandy’s unprecedented damage. According to the statement, the plan was a collaborative effort between elected...
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