NJ Assembly Clears Bills To Monitor Sandy Spending

Law360, New York (February 14, 2013, 5:40 PM EST) -- New Jersey is a step closer to installing “integrity monitors” to keep track of how Superstorm Sandy relief money is spent, after the state’s general assembly on Thursday approved a pair of bills designed to ensure the funds do not fall victim to fraud.

The assembly voted unanimously to advance both 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 order comprehensive quarterly reports on how the...
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