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Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian says that the Taj Mahal casino is closing because it's an under-performing property, symbolic of what has been happening with other gaming properties.
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Director of the Division of Gaming Enforcement David Rebuck says internet gaming is off to a good start in New Jersey.
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Online casino gambling is coming to the Garden State in November and officials hope the rollout will mean additional money going to the casinos and the state treasury.
While Atlantic City needs to keep its gaming options viable, officials say other activities are essential for its future.
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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.