Atlantic City is already getting a massive infusion of state aid amidst mounting debt and now there's news that the cash-strapped resort town is paying for eight of its nine part-time council members to have taxpayer-funded cars.
The economic news coming out of New Jersey's gambling mecca has been miserable. Still, leaders on the state and local level claim there is progress under the surface; one just needs to look beyond the casinos.
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