Hurricane Sandy aftermath: Cuomo to head to D.C. with $41.9B request
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As Congress scrambles to rein in spending and avert the so-called "fiscal cliff," Gov. Andrew Cuomo heads to Capitol Hill on Monday to meet congressional leaders and kick off a lobbying campaign seeking a $41.9 billion supplemental appropriation for recovery from superstorm Sandy.
Cuomo has a heavy schedule that calls for afternoon meetings with Senate Appropriations Committee chairman Daniel...