With three casinos shutting down in the next few weeks, Atlantic City is a scrambling resort town.

A city that once thrived on gambling is now suffering, as more and more gamblers place their bets elsewhere. The city will lose money from parking and luxury taxes as Revel, Showboat and Trump Plaza close.

The closures will leave 6,500 workers unemployed. That is nearly one-fourth of the...

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