Union Head Calls to Christie to Save Jobs!

Unibet odds review: There is an Internet Gambling Bill sat on the desk of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie that could save the jobs of thousands of casino workers according to Bob McDevitt, the head of the union Unite Here! Local 54.

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"In the past several years, Atlantic City has suffered as the result of increased competition from neighbouring states," he said. "Gaming revenues have declined by 40 percent, causing reduced tax revenue for programs that support New Jersey's seniors, fewer jobs and reduced wages for casino workers as the casinos need fewer employees to staff the facilities. The Internet gaming bill gives New Jersey the opportunity to change that."

The union chief believes the bill is the difference between two or more casinos having to close their doors for good. Keeping those doors oiled and swinging may be the difference between 3,000 souls being employed or not.

Christie vetoed the bill when it was first submitted back in 2011 after stating that he was worried about back-room Internet betting parlours rising to prominence. New Jersey legislature passed the revised bill back in December and the gambling word is waiting on baited breath for a Christie announcement.

The bill would enable all of the games currently being played at the 12 Atlantic City casinos to be played online and for real money. The stipulation would be that in order to comply with legislation the games would have to be conducted in Atlantic City.

The bill also provides Internet gambling taxation at 10%, an increase of 2% on what brick and mortar casinos currently pay in Atlantic City.


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