CONDITIONAL VETO HANDED DOWN ON “SANDY BILL OF RIGHTS”

chris-christieGov. Chris Christie took pen to paper and conditionally vetoed the “Sandy Bill of Rights.” Senate President Steve Sweeney had touted the plan as a way to better help those in the state impacted by the superstorm. Christie said in his conditional veto message that the bill is “The result is unfortunately a series of post-hoc mandates that are violative of state and federal law, rife with illegal priorities and unquantifiable administrative costs, that would prove impossible to implement, frustrate sound future disaster planning, and all but certainly exceed federal funding for program administration.” Christie recommended changes, which will have to be taken up by the legislature.

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