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Local leaders push Congress to pass aid for Sandy relief

Local leaders are demanding $60 billion to help

Local leaders are demanding $60 billion to help the region recover from Sandy. (December 14, 2012 7:07 PM)

Local leaders are pushing Congress to pass aid for Sandy relief, but Republicans are concerned about the price tag. Gov. Cuomo and his tri-state counterparts are demanding $60 billion to help the region recover from the storm. The cash is slated to rebuild homes, bridges, tunnels and other infrastructure. Some Republicans say it's too much money, and they're not getting enough details to co-sign...

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