Taj Mahal: Take health deal by Monday or it's gone

A strike against Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal casino grew more contentious Wednesday as strikers rallied outside the New York offices of Donald Trump, who opened the casino, and Carl Icahn, his fellow billionaire who now owns it.  As the protest unfolded, Icahn's management team issued an ultimatum to Taj Mahal strikers: Accept the company's health care offer by Monday or it's gone.  The developments came as the strike was in its second week, with little indication a settlement might occur soon.  The casino remains open during the strike, which does not include dealers.


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