Disagreement over North Jersey gaming is still underway.
They've saved the toughest issues for last. Just days before their session ends lawmakers are tackling taxes and pensions, but the most contentious law would allow casinos in North Jersey. Wind power ...
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Mayor Don Guardian says that Atlantic City's budget will decrease by $61 million to help offset the losses.
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Assemblyman Ralph Caputo, who is a former casino executive, says Revel wasn't marketed properly and that Atlantic City needs to find ways to bring new markets in to improve profits. He also believes ...
Tropicana Entertainment President and CEO Tony Rodio believes Atlantic City is starting to rebound but needs more time to reinvent itself. He says allowing casinos at the Meadowlands would be a ...
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Assemblyman John Burzichelli says that with so many casinos nowadays, the novelty of gaming has worn, but is optimistic that Atlantic City will draw visitors with its other attractions.