Christie Says He Wouldn’t Make Atlantic City’s Debt PaymentsBy and
Governor says he expects stalled rescue legislation to pass
Credit-ratings companies warn about New Jersey's actions
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said he won’t step in to help Atlantic City avert a default on its May bond payment as the distressed gambling hub runs out of money and a takeover bill remains stalled in the state Assembly.
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