New Jersey Casino Control Commission issues more layoffs

    The New Jersey Casino Control Commission has issued a second round of layoffs in response to the casino regulation bill.
    More than 100 casino inspectors were sent notices last week. Tuesday, 33 clerical employees received their notices, the Associated Press reports.

    It’s all part of an initiative to cut costs and make the Atlantic City casino industry more business-friendly.

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