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The report was produced by a six-member task force.
The governor's budget relies heavily on federal aid for Sandy—aid that might disappear with sequestration.
Aid was voted on in two packages, both of them passing the U.S. House of Representatives.
Gov. Chris Christie delivered his third State of the State address Tuesday in Trenton.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved an initial round of funding for the National Flood Insurance Program. Another $50 billion could come Jan. 15.
NJ's governor says House Republicans' moves to delay a Superstorm Sandy relief bill are "disgusting to watch." Christie saved his harshest criticism for House Speaker John Boehner.
An effort to have President Barack Obama's name removed from New Jersey's primary ballot was dealt a setback following an administrative judge's recent ruling.
Two men, including a Monmouth County resident, are challenging President Barack Obama's placement on the state's primary ballot.
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