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Attorney General Platkin Announces the Retirement of Division of Gaming Enforcement Director David Rebuck
Attorney General Matthew J. Platkin today announced the retirement of David L. Rebuck after serving 13 years as the Director of the Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), making him the longest-serving director in DGE’s history.
Today the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced the September 2023 total gaming revenue results.
Attorney General Platkin Announces $1.4 Million for Expansion of Automated License Plate Reader Technology in Atlantic City
AG Platkin Continues Focus on Reducing Auto Thefts through Funding Partnerships with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.