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In 1978, when Governor Brendan Byrne cut the ribbon for the opening of New Jersey’s first casino and hotel, Resorts International, he did so reluctantly. He had strong personal reservations about the potential for organized crime to infiltrate the new and burgeoning casino and hotel industry. Furthermore, as the former Essex County prosecutor and a judge on the state’s trial court, the governor was also deeply concerned about the potential for corruption.

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