For Alyssa Ruby-Mako, the U.S. Supreme Court’s lifting of the FederalCommunications Commission’s ban on casino gambling advertising waswelcome news.

Tropicana Resort & Casino had just completed a multimillion-dollar facelift, and Ruby-Mako — its executive director for advertising — waseager to air television and radio ads featuring games of chance.Previously, ads aired in New York and Philadelphia were permitted tofocus only on casino accommodations, restaurants and entertainment.

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