I can't believe New Jersey has legalized gambling and does not have a casino in Jersey City/Newport/Hoboken. While spending time in Jersey City I have been deterred from my favorite past-time by the distance and relative innaccesibility of Atlantic City. I just don't have time for some 3 hour bus ride. I see AC has basically gotten crushed by PA and CT. If NJ wants that money they should take a mental "write down" on what AC is ever going to be. From what I've read, it hasn't been revitalized in any sense by the casinos. I think NJ would be better served to encourage those companies and people in AC to COMPETE by moving closer to a huge-ass target audience of rich mo fos. NJ has a huge advantage over PA and CT with the 10 minute travel from midtown/lower manhattan to Hoboken. The thing is HOboken has a great restaurant and bar scene. Big resort investment would be unnecessary. Hotels unnecessary. Just build the gambling portion and rake in billions. How are they NOT doing this??!!?!?