Atlantic City casino revenue up 4.6 percent in November – Vineland Daily Journal


Vineland Daily Journal

Atlantic City casino revenue up 4.6 percent in November
Vineland Daily Journal
ATLANTIC CITY – Atlantic City’s casinos saw their revenue increase by 4.6 percent in November, the latest evidence that the struggling resort’s gambling industry is recovering. The city’s seven casinos won $206.4 million from gamblers last month
Atlantic City casino to train minority youths as workersThe Republic

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New Jersey Considers Giving Horse Racing Tracks a Piece of the Online Gambling Pie – Casino.Org News


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New Jersey Considers Giving Horse Racing Tracks a Piece of the Online Gambling Pie
Casino.Org News
Assemblyman Ralph Caputo says that adding online gambling areas could generate much needed traffic for racetracks in New Jersey. (Image: NJ Capital Report). A new law is hoping to change that by giving the state’s horse racing tracks a small piece of
NJ Assembly OKs internet gambling at racetracksPress of Atlantic City

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With Gambling Profits Dwindling, New Jersey Politicians See Legal Weed as a Path to Financial Safety – MERRY JANE


MERRY JANE

With Gambling Profits Dwindling, New Jersey Politicians See Legal Weed as a Path to Financial Safety
MERRY JANE
… weed industry, and are confident that New Jersey could up a system for recreational retail sales before neighboring states like New York and Pennsylvania, regaining some of the tax-padding exclusivity that Atlantic City’s gambling industry once

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It’s No Jackpot, But Online Gambling Tax Contributes Millions to NJ’s Coffers – NJ Spotlight


NJ Spotlight

It’s No Jackpot, But Online Gambling Tax Contributes Millions to NJ’s Coffers
NJ Spotlight
The sponsors of the online-gambling bill that Christie eventually signed into law — after first making a series of recommendations in a conditional veto — predicted it would help boost a gambling industry in Atlantic City that had been hit hard in

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