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Atlantic City has tricky issues for next New Jersey governor

New Jersey's seaside gambling resort will require some tough decisions from the state's next governor, including whether to end a state takeover, and whether to allow casino gambling in other parts of the state.

Gov. Chris Christie's administration took over Atlantic City's assets and major decision-making power last November.

The Republican governor said the city either can't or won't make the tough financial decisions to get its budget under control (it has nearly a half-billion dollars in debt as five of its 12 casinos have closed since 2014). But many city residents say the state has usurped their political rights and is eyeing prime assets like a water utility and...

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