Sandy Aid On The Way: From The Newsroom
As he promised, President Obama signed the Sandy Aid bill into law upon returning to the White House.
- The bill signing sets into motion funding that was delayed by some partisan bickering.
- Senate President Sweeney wants "integrity monitors" to watch over the money, while Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno says the money can't get here fast enough.
- The SBA is questioned over varying interest rates.
- Lambertville's Sarah Majoras remains missing.
- A new survey reveals how much time we spend waiting on hold each year.
- 9/11 first responders receive their first payments from a Congress-run fund.
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