During the darkest days of the still continuing COVID-19 pandemic last fall, Atlantic City’s casinos told New Jersey’s Legislature they were losing revenue to online gambling companies. They got the tax breaks they demanded. The only problem is, the casinos’ business didn’t go in the toilet.
Atlantic City’s casinos cried poor and got an extra tax break from New Jersey. But business is back and a Pro Publica investigation suggests the city is getting the short end of the stick.
SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin reports on how New York lawmakers and community activists are calling on New York to help eliminate hunger by raising taxes on corporations and the state’s wealthiest residents.