New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance employee, Christian Traum, right, and workers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and state agencies help residents at a center in Union Beach, N.J., Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said the National Flood Insurance Program's handling of claims in New Jersey has been "a disgrace," complaining that the program has been far too slow to resolve claims from Superstorm Sandy, with 70 percent of cases unresolved three months after the disaster. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

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New Jersey Department of  Banking and Insurance employee, Christian Traum, right, and workers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and state agencies help residents at a center in Union Beach, N.J., Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said the National Flood Insurance Program's handling of claims in New Jersey has been "a disgrace," complaining that the program has been far too slow to resolve claims from Superstorm Sandy, with 70 percent of cases unresolved three months after the disaster. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance employee, Christian Traum, right, and workers from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and state agencies help residents at a center in Union Beach, N.J., Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said the National Flood Insurance Program's handling of claims in New Jersey has been "a disgrace," complaining that the program has been far too slow to resolve claims from Superstorm Sandy, with 70 percent of cases unresolved three months after the disaster. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
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