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A week after Sandy, New Jersey Gen. Eric Schneiderman warned the state business owners to not increase the prices of their products, reported the L.A Times.

Some of the reasons are that New Jersey, New York and Connecticut are expected to need tens of billions of dollars to reconstructed what the storm destroyed, and this increased will affect new yorkers affected by Sandy even more, reported the New York Times.

"Our office has zero tolerance for price-gouging and we are taking action to send a message that ripping off New Yorkers is against the law," Schneiderman said to the L.A Times.

The New York Times reported the city has been showing some improvement, but there are also still very vivid signs that more work needs to be done, and donations will be always welcome to help the people who were affected by Sandy.

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