Making the News

Originally Published:Sunday, January 3, 2016

First blows in governors' race landing over casino deal Moran

By Tom Moran

So he pushed past the parochial concern, which is rare in politics, and drafted a bill that balanced the interests of north and south. It would funnel roughly half the tax revenues from the new projects to economic development in Atlantic City. It would require the new casino operators to partner with casinos in Atlantic City, a move that would help funnel business south through cross-promotions.

"That's very important," says casino analyst Michael Pollock of Spectrum Gaming Group. "It will ensure Atlantic City gets some added benefit."
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