On November 8 New Jersey voters will be able to decide on a measure that would
allow casinos to be built outside of Atlantic City.
The bill was voted on by both the state House and the Senate in favor.
On Monday Assemblyman Ralph Caputo, described the vote approval as "historic".
However, opponents of the bill believe that building casinos outside of Atlantic
City would hurt the city's economy. In the last two years 8,000 jobs have been
lost due to several of the casinos closing.
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