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Poll: Jersey Residents Prefer Legalized Pot to Online Gaming

AP reports on New Jersey’s vice preferences: “A Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll finds 41 percent of respondents would support smoking marijuana recreationally if it […]

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Atlantic City Worries About Online Gaming

The arrival of online gaming in New Jersey was supposed to help save the industry there—and it may, but the Inquirer today reports that Atlantic […]

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Will Pennsylvania’s New Gambling Law Let Joseph Ligambi Walk Free?

The Inquirer reports that Joseph Ligambi may make the case that Pennsylvania’s new gambling law—which allows bars to host small games of chance—makes legal what […]

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State Senate Approves Small-Time Bar Gambling

AP: “State lawmakers are sending Governor Corbett a bill that could introduce gambling contests called small games of chance into thousands of bars and bring […]

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Get Ready for Gambling in PA Bars

Last night, the state House of Representatives passed a bill legalizing some forms of gambling in bars. The Senate already passed an earlier version of […]

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Pennsylvania: Get Ready to Gamble in Bars

PennLive reports the Pennsylvania House is set to vote today on a bill that would allow bars and taverns the opportunity to offer small games […]

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Market8 Releases New Rendering for Casino Complex

One of the six contenders for Philadelphia’s second casino license, Market8 — an investor group helmed by Ken Goldenberg and Ira Luber, among others — […]

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Property Asks: “What Do You Think About LoSo?”

PHL Local Gaming, one of the six contenders for Philadelphia’s second casino license, has announced a bold plan for the Lower South Philadelphia area where […]

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Should the City Do An Economic Impact Study of SugarHouse?

Over at the Philly Post, Andrew Thompson is asking why the City of Philadelphia — in the midst of waiting for its second casino license […]

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Revel Decides to Be a Casino Instead of Pretend It’s Not a Casino. Plus: South Kensington Thrives

• Revel Casino Offers Loss-Rebate Promotion As It Attempts To Rebuild Customer Base [CBS 3] • Revel’s new marketing approach: Target the gambler [philly.com] • […]

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Design Advocacy Group Bashes Bart But Says Casino Should Be Downtown

The Design Advocacy Group is a collaborative of very smart people: urban planners, architects, designers and likeminded guardians of the aesthetic who advocate for quality […]

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Wynn Philadelphia Cozies Up to Minority Contractors

Wynn Philadelphia, one of the six bidders vying for the city’s second casino license, will hold an outreach event this week to bring minority- and […]

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Philly’s New Casinos, Plus the Apparently Related Crappy Basement of a Complete Stranger

There are six proposals for Philadelphia’s next casino, and you know wherever things ends up, people will complain. So let’s forestall the inevitable moaning and […]

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Two Must-Attend Casino Events for Those Interested in Philly Attitudes and Accents

There are six casino proposals on the table. Unsurprisingly, Philadelphians have something to say about them—and they’ll get a chance next month.

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SugarHouse Comes Out

SugarHouse Casino is hosting an LGBT party on July 5.