New Jersey’s government shutdown spread to casinos Wednesday when state casino inspectors were forced off the job by the impasse. Thousands of vacationers were turned away from casinos in Atlantic City. State workers are off the job because New Jersey lawmakers haven't reached agreement on a new state budget. The state court system, state parks and beaches, and numerous other services are also closed.
Jersey Shutdown Hits Resort Casinos
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