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The parent company of the PokerStars gambling website announced a deal in which it will partner with an Atlantic City casino to offer Internet gambling in the state once it becomes legal later this year.
Atlantic City’s main casino union is asking groups that have booked conventions at the Tropicana Casino and Resort to take their business elsewhere as a labor dispute between both sides grows more contentious.
Labor contracts between Atlantic City’s largest union and nine casinos are due to expire in one month and Local 54 is negotiating a new contract with another.
With many of us becoming so attached to our pets that we can’t bear to leave them behind during family vacations, more resorts and hotels are getting into the spirit of catering to canines.
Chris analyzes the deadlock between President Obama and House Republicans over spending cuts and the debt ceiling. He talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about the state of the team heading into the All-Star Break and gets an update from Joe Piscopo about his club opening in Atlantic City.
Chris reviews President Obama’s press conference yesterday, talks to former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton about the intervention in Libya, Gerri Willis, host of the Willis Report on FOX Business Channel and to Comedian Joe Piscopo about the opening of Club Piscopo at Resorts in Atlantic City.
Chris reviews Sarah Palin’s tour stop at the Liberty Bell, inspects the discrimination lawsuit filed by former waitresses at the Resorts Casino in Atlantic City and talks to Phillies Play-By-Play Announcer Scott Franzke about the series against the Nationals and Cliff Lee’s recent struggles.
Four Atlantic City casinos are being asked to hand over more than $12,200 they won from people who were not legally allowed to gamble.