Gov. Chris Christie is not budging from his position on how to rescue Atlantic City from financial ruin, despite a new plan from state Democrats that could initiate a state takeover of the city by the end of August.
We all know that Atlantic City and the state government have been battling back and forth to fix their financial situation. Dennis Malloy has come up with a solution, but says no one is "adult enough to have the conversation".
Atlantic City retained control over what little cash it still has on hand Friday, as a judge rejected an attempt by Gov. Chris Christie's administration to freeze the city's assets until it pays the school system what it owes.
Speaker Vincent Prieto shepherded his version of the Atlantic City intervention through an Assembly committee Thursday, despite Gov. Chris Christie declaring that he would not sign it into law, even if it made it to his desk.
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