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Views on gambling turn sour in NJ
As gaming revenues have continued to drop over the past year, several Atlantic City casinos have closed their doors. In response, a number of ideas have been put forward to jumpstart AC, but a new survey shows many New Jerseyans aren't impressed with those plans.
Ultimate leaving New Jersey online gambling market
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey's fledgling Internet gambling market lost its first provider Friday when Ultimate Gaming accused its partner, the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, of multiple contract breaches and said it is pulling out of New Jersey.
What Can Help Online Gaming? [AUDIO]
New Jersey's online gambling industry experienced its first monthly revenue decline in April. It's not a big deal, according to experts, but they say online operators could benefit from a number of changes.
Marijuana vs. Online Gambling [AUDIO]
This may sound surprising, but more Americans would prefer to legalize marijuana for recreational use than online gambling, according to the most recent national survey from Fairleigh Dickinson University's PublicMind.

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