A major march was held on the boardwalk in Atlantic City Wednesday as hundreds of workers protested the anticipated job losses in the gaming resort. Casino union members picked up signs and walked along the boardwalk to ask that some casino gaming halls that are set to close remain open at least four more months. The Showboat and Trump Plaza are both scheduled to close, and Revel may also close unless a new buyer is found.
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