New Jersey lawmakers are showing their support for Atlantic City casinos by
opposing the development of new casinos outside of the city. State Republicans
are supporting the notion of stopping future casinos for at least two years.
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick announced on Tuesday his support for
keeping additional casinos out of New Jersey, except if being built in Atlantic
City, until 2016.
The announcement came after officials were informed of a proposed casino in
Democrat and state Senate President Steve Sweeney of the northern Jersey casino.
He is in support of the idea of a ballot measure for next fall.
It was agreed in the past that the Atlantic City casinos would be protected in
their monopoly for two more years by both Gov. Chris Christie and Sweeney.
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