TRENTON – A Latino rights groups says New Jersey officials have fixed problems on a Spanish-language version of the Superstorm Sandy recovery website, but hasn't said how it will help those harmed by the errors.
The Latino Action Network sent a letter Monday to the federal Housing and Urban Development Department, claiming the administration of Gov. Chris Christie broke the law by not responding fully to its earlier complaint.
Earlier this month, the group said the Spanish version of renewjerseystronger.org omitted information including how to appeal decisions on a major grant program. Those problems have since been corrected.
New Jersey Community Affairs spokeswoman Lisa Ryan says Spanish-speaking residents have received the information they need.
Christie's re-election campaign spokesman Kevin Roberts calls the complaint a "political stunt" by a group that has endorsed Democrat Barbara Buono.