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NJ lawmakers clash over post-Sandy debris contract

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Democratic lawmakers skewered a Florida debris removal company and Republicans defended it Friday in a politically charged hearing over a major post-Superstorm Sandy contract that's become the most debated part of the Christie administration's reaction to the storm. The Oct. 29 storm, the most destructive ever to hit New Jersey, caused an estimated $37 billion in damage and...

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