Chris Christie renews gaming advisory panel as Atlantic City founders and N.J. sports book snags

TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie today signed an executive order that will extend the life of the New Jersey Gaming, Sports, and Entertainment Advisory Commission, a seven-member panel charged with making recommendations to improve the competitiveness of the gaming industry in Atlantic City, promoting it as destination resort and ensuring that horse racing becomes self-sustaining. Atlantic…

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