Organized Crime-Affiliated Sub-Contractors on Casino and Publicly-Funded Construction Projects

This report was combined with the Commissionís Annual Report for 1986. It recommended centralization and strengthening of state and Casino Control Commission procedures for prequalifying and disqualifying prospective contractors and subcontractors. The investigative findings demonstrated that two mob-operated companies had amassed millions in revenues from casino projects and public works from which they should have been barred. Bills which would extend Control Commission scrutiny to subcontractors and casino license applicants were enacted.

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