Christie says Sandy aid going to most needy

There has been criticism on how the state

There has been criticism on how the state is doling out housing recovery money.

(AP) - Gov. Chris Christie says a majority of federal Superstorm Sandy relief funding New Jersey has received so far has gone to low- and moderate-income residents.

Christie says it was his decision to allocate 70 percent of the $1.8 billion in first-round funds to people who need it most.

The Republican is telling a town hall audience in Brick on Thursday that the distribution of funds...

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