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Atlantic City Casino Brick-and-Mortar Revenue Totals $207M in November, Still Down From 2019Written by: Devin O’Connor

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Atlantic City casinos are expected to soon learn whether they will be collectively required to pay $165 million or $110 million in property taxes next year. State lawmakers and Gov. Phil Murphy (D) will have the final say regarding the proposed payment-in-lieu-of-taxes (PILOT) amendment. Supporters of the effort believe gross gaming revenue (GGR) stemming from
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