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    By Wayne Parry
    Atlantac City, New Jersey (AP)

    The Mohegan tribe, which already runs one of the nation’s most successful casinos, is casting its gaze south to Atlantic City, where several gambling halls can be had for the right price.

    Officials with the Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Conn., have already expressed interest in the Tropicana Casino and Resort. The Tropicana was forced into a sale in December when the state Casino Control Commission stripped its former owners of their casino license following a year of poor performance, massive layoffs, and customer complaints.

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