Huge piles of debris still line portions of Route 35, the main highway through the shore in Toms River N.J., on Friday. Congress voted to approve aid for victims of Superstorm Sandy, but many shore residents were angry it had taken lawmakers so long to act following the Oct. 29 storm.
Huge piles of debris still line portions of Route 35, the main highway through the shore in Toms River N.J., on Friday. Congress voted to approve aid for victims of Superstorm Sandy, but many shore residents were angry it had taken lawmakers so long to act following the Oct. 29 storm.
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published Friday, January 4th, 2013
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WASHINGTON — The new Congress on Friday rushed out $9.7 billion to help pay flood insurance claims to 115,000 people and businesses afflicted by Superstorm Sandy, two days after New Jersey’s governor and other Northeast Republicans upbraided Speaker John Boehner for killing a broader package for state and local governments in the storm’s path.

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