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Business as usual in politics ... pity

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Posted: Wednesday, February 9, 2011 12:05 pm

When Tom Carver was head of the Casino Association in Atlantic City during the 1980s, he had a way of getting himself in trouble with local politicians. Usually, it was something he said — bluntly and colorfully, the kind of quotable guy reporters love.

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Carla Linz-Callaway
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