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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - James Whelan
A state senator says the company that bought the former Atlantic Club Casino Hotel wants to make sure it never reopens as a casino.
A New Jersey state senator wants regulators to prevent the world's largest casino company from adding to its portfolio in Atlantic City.
A senator in New Jersey wants to recoup revenues lost from gas taxes on electric car drivers with a new fee that would charge them by the mile for their travels.
Speaking Tuesday at the East Coast Gaming Congress in Atlantic City, state Senator James Whelan, a former Atlantic City mayor, said a bill introduced in February would require payment processors to obtain a casino industry service license.
"We're hoping to do a bill that will require them to be licensed so that will maybe give some comfort to the financial institutions," Whelan said. "Hopefully the financial institutions that are scratching their heads about Internet gambling will have a little more assurance."