FROM Mark Di Ionno
New Jersey Steps In to Rescue Atlantic City The Mayor of Newark, New Jersey has made "savage" cuts in the budget, including a four-day week for city workers, closing swimming pools in the middle of a summer heat wave, and banning the purchase of toilet paper. But New Jersey's biggest problem town is Atlantic City. New Jersey's new Governor is a small-government Republican, but Chris Christie has big ideas about saving a "dying" Atlantic City. Mark Di Ionno is a columnist for the Star-Ledger .
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