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Gov. Malloy Thanks Senate For Passing Storm Sandy Relief Package

After much delay, the Senate voted yesterday to approve a $51 billion aid package for Hurricane Sandy relief. The bill now goes to President Obama, who is expected to sign it.

Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo released the following statement regarding the Senate’s passage yesterday of the $51 billion disaster relief package for victims of Hurricane Sandy:

“Our genuine thanks and gratitude goes out to the U.S. Senate for its thoughtful consideration and passage of the Hurricane Sandy disaster relief package. Despite the difficult path in getting to this moment, the Senate membership clearly recognized early on the urgency and necessity of approving the full aid package and its importance in rebuilding our battered infrastructure and getting our millions of affected residents back on their feet as quickly as possible. To all Americans, we are grateful for their willingness to come to our aid as we take on the monumental task of rebuilding and we pledge to do the same should our fellow citizens find themselves facing unexpected and harsh devastation.

“We also make special note of the tenacious efforts of our respective Congressional delegations in steering the Sandy aid package through their respective houses and bringing this aid home to their people.”

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