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Racetrack slots bill would aid NJ transportation and pension funds

Another New Jersey lawmaker is planning to draft legislation to ask voters if they'd like to amend the state constitution to allow slot machines at four Garden State racetracks.

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Atlantic City casino revenue falls again

Atlantic City's casinos took in 11 percent less from gamblers in July than they did a year ago.

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Does Atlantic City need gambling?

A huge part of Atlantic City's appeal is the slot machines and card tables, but is it possible to take a trip there without gambling?

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Judge throws out $1.5M unshuffled cards decision

A case pitting a casino against gamblers who won $1.5 million in a game with unshuffled card decks is heading toward trial.

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Variety Of Recessionary Forces Leave Las Vegas Economy Scarred
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Poll: NJ residents oppose casino expansion

As Atlantic City's casino industry continues to struggle, talk has ramped up in Trenton about allowing casinos in other parts of the state. A Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released Monday asked New Jerseyans if they favored the idea, and the casino expansion concept came up snake eyes with exactly half of the respondents.

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Christie signs gambling self-exclusion bill

Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill into law Thursday that will allow gamblers to ban themselves from casinos or gambling websites without having to admit they have a gambling problem.

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Would you like to see casinos open outside Atlantic City?

It looks like we could be losing another casino in Atlantic City. Trump Plaza could be closing its doors in September, joining The Showboat and possibly Revel.

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Would you support casinos opening outside of Atlantic City? [Poll]

As Atlantic City closes more of its casinos, the idea of opening gaming centers in other parts of the state is being considered.

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Lawmaker: sports betting coming to NJ no matter what

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to decide by June 23 if it will hear New Jersey’s case asking for the federal ban on sports betting to be lifted in the Garden State. A top ranking lawmaker who has been spearheading the state’s efforts to legalize sports gaming said regardless of the high court’s decision, New Jersey will be legally taking sports bets by the NFL’s opening weekend.

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Poll: New Jerseyans Prefer Atlantic City Casinos [AUDIO]

Casinos in Atlantic City have seen a big dent in their profits as casinos in neighboring states like New York continue to pop up, but a Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll released Monday shows Garden State residents are loyal to Atlantic City.

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