American Gaming Association: Atlantic City Situation Sends Message to Other Gaming Communities
Over the past several decades, casinos have proven to be powerful economic engines in communities from coast to coast. Because of our many contributions, Americans today view gaming more favorably than ever before. But like most businesses, casinos operate in a highly competitive environment. The evolving situation in Atlantic City should send a message to other gaming communities: restrictive regulations that fail to keep pace with business demands and increased competition will stifle the gaming industry's ability to innovate, create jobs and play an important role in economic development.”
AGA Calls for Regulatory Reform on the "Today Show"
The Today Show recently covered the evolving casino situation in Atlantic City. The AGA supplied a statement to the program asserting that restrictive regulatory policies have had an averse impact on the gaming industry. See the full segment.
Wall Street Journal Front-Page Article Sends Message to Policymakers: Embrace Casinos as a Mainstream Business or Risk Losing Jobs, Crucial Revenues
Today’s article highlights the need for policymakers to embrace casinos as a mainstream business – and voters are giving them the green light to do so. Voters across the political spectrum view gaming more favorably than ever before, and they recognize that casinos are a mainstream form of entertainment and an economic driver that supports jobs and boosts growth in communities across the nation.