Rutgers-Eagleton poll finds New Jerseyans agree with Gov. Christie's decision

March 8, 2015

Atlantic City has seen the closure of four casinos and the disappearance of more than 8,000 jobs in 2014 alone, said Joseph Seneca, a professor in the Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. In response to the city’s financial problems, Gov. Christie has recently appointed an emergency management team to the area.

Rutgers Daily Targum, March 8

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