Casino Control Commission

A Commission probe of irregularities at New Jersey’s Casino Control Commission revealed records that had been falsified and forged in connection with an improper scheme to award “golden parachutes” to former employees. The investigation also produced evidence of abuses involving official cars and expense allowances by Casino Control Commission personnel. The Commission’s report, issued in September, resulted in a range of internal administrative reforms and in disciplinary action against the Casino panel’s chief of staff

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