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N.J. may change casino-licensing rules

18 February 2013

NEW JERSEY -- New Jersey is about to consider two casino license applications, which could signal a change in its hitherto very strict approach to regulation, New Jersey.com reported.

MGM International are seeking a license, along with Rational Group who want to purchase the Atlantic Club casino, the report said.

The current economic struggles of casinos in Atlantic City would appear to be a factor in the Casino Control Commission's decision to consider both applicants, where historically they may have been less inclined, New Jersey.com reported.

 
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