With the amount of lay offs of workers in Atlantic City's casino industry, the
state's governor has promised to help them find work.
At a town hall meeting Gov. Chris Christie announced his plan named "No Pain, No
Gain". The meeting was held in Ocean City on Thursday.
Next month, three casinos are set to close. The Revel Casino Hotel is one of
them. The casino hotel had been in operation for two years.
Town hall meetings in the past have included protesters wanting casino jobs to
be saved. Represented groups included labor organizations, retired people, and
political activists. At the latest meeting, they were encouraged by the new plan
presented by the Governor.
On September 8, Gov Christie will be convening a summit discussing changes to
Atlantic City with stakeholders.
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