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New Jersey lawmakers are set to a law change that would prohibit smoking in all Atlantic City casinos, with several other states considering similar measures.
Members of the Casino Employees Against Smoking Effects (CEASE) have released a video asking New Jersey lawmakers to make a complete ban on smoking in casinos …
Hard Rock Casino in Atlantic City just made a major managerial appointment amid its attempts to snag a larger share of the gaming market.
Casinos operating in the Atlantic City, New Jersey are looking to hit the ground running in 2023 and put behind the negative effect of Covid-19.
The abandoned boardwalk property that previously housed the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel will be used again, but not as a gambling venue. The property will instead …
During the Clean and Safe Atlantic City meeting on Friday, a number of casino executives stated that to increase pedestrian traffic and stay competitive, Atlantic City …
The nine casinos in Atlantic City have finally come to terms with Local 54 of Unite Here, the union for casino workers in the city. The …
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) just fined Caesars Entertainment $50,000 for repeatedly violating gaming regulations. The Gaming Division handles all nine casinos in …
US Vice President Kamala Harris is currently visiting Atlantic City, and Casino Employees Against Smoking Effects (CEASE) is trying to utilize the opportunity.