Senator Sweeney Casino Expansion Bill Gathers More Support
Debates on what type of two New Jersey casino expansion bills to be used by their state Legislature have grown to be much more heated since when Gov. Chris Christie expressed his support for the Senate-backed proposal friday.
As well as on Sunday, that same proposition had been supported by Atlantic City’s primary casino workers union. People of Local 54 regarding the UNITE HERE labor union said that the Senate-sponsored bill would do more to limit the negative effects of the competition that is in-state once-popular gambling location would face when new gambling venues open doorways.
The said bill had been proposed by Senate President Stephen Sweeney and demands the establishment of two brand new casinos that are full-scale North Jersey. a bill that is separate sponsored by Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, also calls for the construction of two gambling venues into the northern an element of the state. The two proposals, but, vary in a provision worried about who should run the two new casinos.
Under Sen. Sweeney’s plan, both venues must certanly be operated by organizations that have already been supplying their services in Atlantic City. When it comes to Assembly-backed bill, it requires one of many gambling enterprises become managed by an Atlantic City-based operator and the other to be run with a brand new company, with gambling giant Wynn Resorts already being those types of expressing desire for going into the New Jersey market. Continue reading “Senator Sweeney Casino Expansion Bill Gathers More Support”