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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Shelly Weizman
A nursing home and an assisted living facility are under scrutiny by state officials and an advocacy group after The Associated Press disclosed that hundreds of elderly and disabled people forced to evacuate by Superstorm Sandy were still sleeping on cots in cramped and sometimes oppressive conditions almost two months later.
Now, Weizman said, "they are paying, but they aren't getting the services. It is a confusing situation."
A few did decide to withhold their January rent payment, which for many residents was around $1,200, Weizman said.