Two years ago, Gov. Chris Christie signed the law creating the Atlantic City Tourism District, part of a series of sweeping changes spurred by declining casino revenue. The state streamlined regulation of the industry, shifted millions of dollars in casino revenue away from previously required horseracing subsidies and into marketing efforts and gave the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority a new mission - overseeing the Tourism District.
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