Some Atlantic City casino executives object to a proposal to legalize Internet gambling because it would also allow video lottery terminals at New Jersey racetracks. The city's casinos pay $90 million a year to the horse-racing industry as part of an agreement banning VLTs at state racetracks. "Anything that would include VLTs would not be something we would support or be interested in," said Mark Juliano, chief executive officer of the Trump Entertainment Resorts casinos.

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