Conservatives in US House open to additional disaster relief for Northeast
(MCT) — WASHINGTON — Some U.S. House conservatives who unsuccessfully fought last year to require budget cuts to pay for the disaster aid needed after Hurricane Irene now say they are open to helping the Northeast rebuild from superstorm Sandy.
One difference between now and then is the reputation built by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie among Republicans — including those he campaigned for this year.
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