Assembly Regulatory Oversight and Reform and Federal Relations

The Assembly Regulatory Oversight and Reform and Federal Relations Committee concerns itself with legislation reducing governmental bureaucracy or "red tape" and affecting the state's casinos and horse racing industries. The panel also works to ensure that the Executive Branch implements laws as intended by the Legislature. It is also tasked with liasing with counterparts at the federal level on laws and issues that impact New Jersey.
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Video: Gusciora on His Bill to Protect Sandy Victims from State Payback Demands

Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-Mercer/Hunterdon) discusses his legislation to protect Superstorm Sandy victims from financially ruinous payback demands by the state. Gusciora announced the new legislation Thursday at the State House with Sandy victims.

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Gusciora Unveils Legislation to Protect Sandy Victims from Terrifying “Clawback” Process

Veteran Legislator Proposes Clear Process to Protect Homeowners from Financially Ruinous Payback Demands by State, Mediate Funding Disputes
Assemblyman Reed Gusciora unveiled legislation Thursday establishing protections for struggling Superstorm Sandy victims who are forced to repay rebuilding funds that were already disbursed to them, an issue that came to light during a fall legislative hearing Gusciora held on the anniversary of the historic storm.

Gusciora was joined by a number of Sandy victims who have had their funding "clawed back," as well as Amanda Devecka-Rinear from the New Jersey Organizing Project - a regional network of volunteers formed on the two-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy to help victims combat the state's well-documented failure to administer a majority of the $1.1 billion in federal HUD rebuilding funds - and Jessica Limbacher with Volunteer Lawyers for Justice, which represents Sandy survivors pro bono.

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Gusciora to Unveil Legislation Establishing Protections for Superstorm Sandy Victims Forced to Repay Rebuilding Funds

Assemblyman Reed Gusciora will hold a press conference Thursday morning to unveil new legislation establishing protections for struggling Superstorm Sandy victims who are forced to repay rebuilding funds that were already disbursed to them, an issue that came to light during a fall legislative hearing Gusciora held on the anniversary of the historic storm.

Gusciora will be joined by a number of Sandy victims who have had their funding "clawed back," as well as Amanda Devecka-Rinear from the New Jersey Organizing Project - a regional network of volunteers formed on the two-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy to help victims combat the state's well-documented failure to administer a majority of the $1.1 billion in federal HUD rebuilding funds - and Jessica Limbacher with Volunteer Lawyers for Justice, which represents Sandy survivors pro bono.

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