Tag: gaming

Supreme Court may be about to legalize sports betting nationwide

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court appeared poised Monday to legalize sports betting nationwide by freeing states from a federal anti-gaming law. The justices gave a friendly hearing to New Jersey’s claim that states are free to control their own laws, Read More

New Jersey Legal Online Casinos Outpace Several Atlantic City Casinos With $20.8 Million In April Gaming Revenue

LAS VEGAS, May 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — After another near-record performance in April, online gaming continues to generate more revenue than nearly half of the land-based casinos in the state, according to analysts from PlayNJ.com. The New Jersey Monthly Internet Read More

Atlantic City rakes in a fraction of other states on gaming tax, report says

TRENTON — Atlantic City’s casinos paid a fraction last year in taxes compared to New Jersey’s neighbors thanks to a low gaming tax that proponents say help the city, while others argue it’s a lost opportunity. According to the Press Read More

REPORT: Hard Rock is Purchasing Atlantic City’s Taj Mahal

That’s the late-breaking Wednesday night news, Save Jerseyans. And the Christie Administration is hailing the move. “The plan announced by Hard Rock and its partners to purchase and re-open Atlantic City’s former Taj Mahal as the new Hard Rock Hotel Read More

Casino Battle ’16: Opponents talk property taxes, Proponents invoke Alzheimer’s

The battle over whether to authorize the construction of two North Jersey casinos is about to break wide open, Save Jerseyans, as competing factions (for and against the November ballot question) prepare to unleash millions of dollars in state-wide advertising. Read More

Anti-casino expansion group touts grassroots N.J. support

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog New Jersey voters will head to the polls this November and decide whether to end Atlantic City’s struggling monopoly on Garden State gambling. Which way will it all go? Roll the dice Read More