Christie Conditionally Vetoes Sandy Bill of Rights

TRENTON, N.J. -

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has conditionally vetoed a Superstorm Sandy “Bill of Rights” measure that was crafted by Democrats over concerns how the state has distributed aid, The Associated Press reported. The Republican says the bill proposed new administrative procedures and spending requirements accompanied by a “raft of partisan political findings” that were ready to “be pursued by lawyers.” One provision would have given residents the ability to track their aid status online.