Based on the press release authorized by David Rebuck, Director of DGE, the proposed amendment stated that casino gaming gross revenue information broken down by table game type and slot machine denomination shall be considered “confidential information” except as reported on an annual basis.
The proposal noted no impact on social, economic, employment, housing affordability and smart growth development.
“The proposed amendment does not have any significant social impact; it changes current policy from releasing revenue figures by table game type and slot machine denomination each month to only once a year. This brings New Jersey into line with other states which release casino gaming revenue figures. The effect of this change should be minimal,” the summary proposal read.
According to the DGE, it will only affect the release of revenue information from New Jersey casino licensees.
The DGE opens the table for public comment until October 3, 2014. For comments, the public can address it to:
Deputy Attorney General Charles Kimmel 1300 Atlantic Avenue 4th Floor Atlantic City NJ 08401 Email email@example.com
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