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Casino jobs restrictions may be eased
Press of Atlantic City,
Friday, January 8, 2010 at 11:57:03 AM
Government employees at the state's top agencies - including the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority - would be allowed under proposed legislation to join private firms offering services to casinos without waiting two years.
The bill, proposed by a Democratic senator and supported in principle by state Sen. Jim Whelan, D-Atlantic, would relax the restriction that exists on staffers or heads of most departments and authorities who may leave Trenton looking for work among private firms.
Under the state's laws governing conflicts of interest, most state employees cannot join companies offering any kind of service - ranging from accounting to lobbying - until after observing a two-year post-employment restriction.
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