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NJ Comptroller Working on More Sandy Spending Audits [AUDIO]

Last week, a State Comptroller audit revealed a series of incorrect bills sent out by the company the Christie Administration hired to run Sandy clean up operations.

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Screen shot from The Trenton Shake
Screen shot from The Trenton Shake (YouTube)
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Sweeney: Kean Dancing The Trenton Shake Over AshBritt Campaign Contributions [VIDEO]

Senate President Steve Sweeney has made his own version of the viral video The Harlem Shake to attack Republican Senator Tom Kean Junior for taking contributions from AshBritt following Friday's hearing on how the company was given its contract to clean up debris from Superstorm Sandy.

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AshBritt CEO Randy Perkins Is in the center of the picture. (Staff photo)
AshBritt CEO Randy Perkins Is in the center of the picture. (Staff photo)
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Dems Grill AshBritt CEO On Sandy Clean-Up Contract

A special joint committee is questioning AshBritt CEO Randy Perkins today. Democrats say they want to get to the bottom of why Governor Chris Christie handed the politically connected firm a no-bid contract to handle Superstorm Sandy debris clean-up. Republicans feel Christie hired the best company for the job and they claim Democrats are just engaging in an election year political witch hunt.

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Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed
Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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CEO of AshBritt Expected to Address NJ Senators

New Jersey state Senators are preparing to grill the CEO of an environmental cleanup firm that received a major state contract to clean up debris left by Superstorm Sandy last year.

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Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed
Debris from the damaged Casino Pier is removed (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Debris Cleanup Company Owned by Felon

A company with a contract to clean up debris scattered in New Jersey by Superstorm Sandy has fired a subcontractor owned by a felon.

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