Bill Introduced to Add Northern NJ Casinos; AC Casinos Decline
January 13, 2016
A bill has been introduced to bring two casinos to the northern section of New
Jersey. This was done shortly before a report will be released on the declining
revenues at Atlantic City casinos.
On Tuesday evening, the bill was introduced by State Senate President, Steve
The locations of the two potential casinos are unknown. However it is expected
that one could be built in Jersey City. The other could be built in East
Atlantic City casinos have been struggling for years. It is expected that the
report by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement will show the
continuation of the decline that has happened for nine years.
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