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  •  The contractors escaping "integrity monitoring"... (10+ / 0-)

    ...should be more than willing to kick in $$$'s in return for the sweet, unmonitored Sandy $$'s they got courtesy of Christie.

    Background:  As Steve Kornacki is reporting on his MSNBC program this morning, Christie bypassed a Bill passed by the State Legislature, requiring close "Integrity Monitoring" and reporting of building projects over $5 million, using Sandy Relief Aid.  

    (...Integrity Monitor Act of 2013 passed and effective immediately as of March 27, 2013 monitored by state treasury department.  A database was supposed to track those expenditures but after Christie signed the Integrity Monitor Act he vetoed the Web Transparency Act. Christie essentially buried the tracking of those expenditures...)

    So--Christie might want to ask the contractors who got all those (unmonitored, no-bid, etc) sweetheart deals to give back a little bit of those tax-payer supplied $$'s to help him out with his legal fees, since they might eventually be facing a few legal issues of their own soon?

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