Atlantic City casinos were handed $55 million in property tax savings yesterday by the New Jersey Legislature and Gov. Phil Murphy (D). Now, anti-casino smoking advocates say it’s time for the state to end the clean indoor air loophole that has endangered the wellbeing of gaming floor workers for more than 15 years. Murphy signed
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