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BRIGANTINE, NJ-“We have lots of challenges.  One of our challenges now is to get back to normalcy,” said New Jersey Governor Chris Christie at a press conference here yesterday, after he and President Obama toured some of the state’s most affected areas here. The governor further explained that his office is “coordinating” with FEMA in order to ensure people and businesses receive the help that they need as soon as possible.

Currently in the state, some of the most heavily-used transportation routes are still out due to extreme flooding in Jersey City, Newport and Hoboken – the latter had to bring in the National Guard to help resident. Atlantic City is dark and, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer, won’t see its casinos to open until today at the earliest. The article further included a quote from Tony Rodio, president of the Casino Association of New Jersey who said that, “no decision has yet been made since there is still a state of emergency,” during a conference call yesterday.

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