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Casinos to close in Atlantic City

Casinos to close in Atlantic City

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TRENTON, N.J. - Atlantic City's casinos were ordered to close Wednesday, the latest casualty of a state government shutdown that began after the Legislature failed to adopt a budget by its July 1 deadline.

The 12 casinos, which require state monitoring, have waged a court battle to remain open, and an appeals court was weighing the matter Sunday. There was no word on when a ruling would be made, courts spokeswoman Winnie Comfort said.

Gov. Jon Corzine said Sunday there was "no immediate prospect of a budget."


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