Here are some comparisons between the broad goals outlined by Gov. Chris Christie when he announced his Atlantic City plan in July and the bills he signed Tuesday.
Christie plan and legislation: Create a casino and tourism district that would receive special public works and law-enforcement services.
Christie: Tourism district would be run by a public-private partnership.
Legislation: Tourism district to be run by the state Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.
Christie: The state would end subsidies for racetrack purses.
Legislation: Casinos will fund purses at $30 million over three years unless Internet gaming is enacted and funds purses.
Christie: Casino regulations would be reduced.
Legislation: Casino regulations will be reduced as the Division of Gaming Enforcement takes over many regulatory functions from the Casino Control Commission
Christie: Savings from casino deregulation would fund tourism district and marketing.
Legislation: Savings from casino deregulation will first go to subsidize horse-racing purses.
Christie: A.C. Convention & Visitors Authority would be absorbed by the entity that runs the tourism district.
Legislation: CRDA will absorb the ACCVA, with ACCVA employees who perform duplicate duties possibly being laid off.
Christie: Increase public safety in the tourism zone.
Legislation: A State Police-appointed commander will implement public-safety policy created with city and county officials but will not dictate the day-to-day operations of the Atlantic City Police Department.
Christie: Create fund to market Atlantic City tourism.
Legislation: Casinos will pay to market the resort, starting with $5 million to develop a marketing plan.
Christie: Casino reinvestment funds would be used exclusively in Atlantic City instead of invested statewide.
Legislation: The laws contain language limiting new casino reinvestments to Atlantic City.