Gov. Chris Christie's Sandy Contracts Questioned as Expensive and Political

New Jersey lawmakers are criticizing Gov. Chris Christie for quickly hiring a politically-connected disaster recovery firm for as much as $100 million to clean up the Jersey shore after superstorm Sandy. Democrats in the state Senate claim the no-bid contract turned out to be expensive for taxpayers, and opened the door for the firm to pick up additional contracts from dozens of hard hit New Jersey towns. The Democrats' review of the contract is the first criticism of Christie's handling of...Full Story
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