North Jersey casino plan marches forward despite outcry

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TRENTON — A resolution to place a question on November’s ballot asking New Jersey voters to approve expanding casino gambling to the northern part of the state cleared its first legislative hurdle Thursday — even as critics continued to warn the plan will cause further damage to Atlantic City. The state Senate’s budget committee voted 9-2…

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