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An Oct. 31, 2012 photo shows an oceanfront home in Bay Head, N.J wrecked by Superstorm Sandy two days earlier. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Law to require transparency on Sandy aid in New Jersey

Housing activists are lauding a new law that requires more transparency in how aid for victims of Superstorm Sandy is distributed in New Jersey.

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Home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant
Home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant (Dennis Malloy, Townsquare Media NJ)
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New Jersey delegation calls for FEMA Sandy review extension

Eleven members of New Jersey's congressional delegation are calling on the federal government to extend the deadline for those seeking Superstorm Sandy-related payment reviews.

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Homes damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant
Home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Point Pleasant (Dennis Malloy, Townsquare Media NJ)
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US makes 1st new payments to Sandy victims after review

The federal government has started making new payments to victims of Superstorm Sandy after a review found that some policyholders were not paid what they were due from the National Flood Insurance Program.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
Beach front home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Manotoloking in 2012. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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Many NJ residents still traumatized by Superstorm Sandy

A new study finds almost three years after Superstorm Sandy slammed New Jersey, 27 percent of Garden State residents whose homes were damaged are still facing moderate to severe mental health issues as a result of the disaster.

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A home in Union Beach ruined by Superstorm Sandy
A home in Union Beach ruined by Superstorm Sandy (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
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Sandy history being documented by NJ college

Superstorm Sandy was one of the most significant events to affect the state. A group of students from one of New Jersey's top-rated colleges is making sure the event is memorialized for generations to come.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
Beach front home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Manotoloking in 2012. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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State agrees to pay $7.6 million to HGI

Gov. Chris Christie's administration has reached a deal to pay $7.6 million to a firm New Jersey contracted to help handle applications for its Superstorm Sandy housing recovery program.

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An Oct. 31, 2012 photo shows an oceanfront home in Bay Head, N.J wrecked by Superstorm Sandy two days earlier. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
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Sandy victims protest pace of rebuilding aid programs

Wendy Joan sported strips of red tape on her jeans and jacket to symbolize the delays she has encountered with state agencies and joined other Superstorm Sandy victims Thursday, rallying to voice their frustration as the third summer after the storm nears.

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Union Beach
House in Union Beach (Michael Loccisano, Getty Images)
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Christie announces $202 million Union Beach storm project

Gov. Chris Christie has announced a new storm protection project for one of the areas worst hit by Superstorm Sandy.

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NJ Beach Town Devastated By Hurricane Sandy Tears Down Storm-Damaged Homes
Beach front home damaged by Superstorm Sandy in Manotoloking in 2012. (Mark Wilson, Getty Images)
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It took 15 tries for New Jersey to get Sandy grant extended

A new federal audit shows New Jersey had to submit an application to extend one post-Superstorm Sandy aid program 15 times before it was approved.

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Damage in Point Pleasant from Superstorm Sandy
Damage in Point Pleasant from Superstorm Sandy (Townsquare Media NJ)
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State has ‘made progress’ with helping Sandy victims

More than two-and-a-half years after Superstorm Sandy slammed New Jersey, some Garden State residents are still not back in their homes, but Gov. Chris Christie says the state has "made progress" toward helping victims of the disaster.

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