Atlantic City casino workers are furious that the New Jersey Legislature is moving quickly to pass a bill giving tax breaks to the gambling halls, but not acting on a measure that would permanently prohibit smoking in the casinos.
I want to share some thoughts about where we are and where we go from here. It’s palpable. Our region is getting “stir crazy.”
Tempers are getting short. People are stressed out like perhaps never before. If you’re one of the lucky ones who have kept you’re job, you’re bordering on exhaustion...
One New Jersey lawmaker thinks legalizing marijuana in Atlantic City could help spur an economic upswing at a time when the city continues to struggle by job and revenue loses from the closures of four casinos in 2014.
On Monday evening, Assemblyman Chris Brown held a town hall meeting in Egg Harbor Township to discuss the possibility of casinos being built in North Jersey. Harry Hurley recapped the meeting with Assemblyman Brown this morning.