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Atlantic City Casinos Reopen After Three-Day Shut Down

Update: Because the New Jersey state legislature was unable to pass a budget by its July 1 deadline, 12 Atlantic City casinos were forced to shut down last Wednesday. The lack of an authorized budget meant that the gambling inspectors who are required by law to oversee casinos, along with other nonessential state personnel, could not work, so the slot machines went dark and the roulette wheels stopped spinning. After both houses of the state legislature approved a budget overnight on

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