Dept. of Community Affairs head Richard Constable defends state role in Sandy aid

Richard Constable asked state senators not to blame

Richard Constable asked state senators not to blame the administration for problems in the aid program, but to blame Washington. (February 24, 2014 8:30 PM)

The head of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs took questions about how Gov. Chris Christie's administration is helping rebuild homes damaged by Sandy.

Richard Constable asked state senators not to blame the administration for problems in the aid program, but to blame Washington. "Unfortunately, partisanship in Washington slowed the process down," he says.

Christie is under...

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