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Help is Available for Compulsive Gamblers [AUDIO]

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month in New Jersey and state officials say that in order to treat the problem, the symptoms must be recognized.

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NJ Internet Gambling Revenue Disappoints [AUDIO]

It turns out online gaming is not the royal flush the Christie administration hoped it was being dealt.

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NJ Approves Multi-State Jackpots

New Jersey casino regulators approved a multi-state slots system designed to result in larger jackpots.

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NJ Appeals to US Supreme Court on Sports Betting

New Jersey is swinging for the fences in its last ditch effort to overturn a federal ban on sports betting in all but four states.

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NJ’s ‘Don’t Let Me Gamble’ Bill Advances

An Assembly panel has approved legislation to ease the concerns of gamblers, who want to be put on the self-excluded gaming activity list at all New Jersey casinos and racetracks, but not acknowledge being a problem gambler.

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Reaching Out to Gamblers as Super Bowl Approaches [AUDIO]

With the Super Bowl only four days away, the NJ Council on Compulsive Gambling is making a new effort to reach out to gamblers who may be out-of-control.

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AC Poker Tournament Suspended Amid Investigation

A poker tournament at Atlantic City's Borgata casino has been suspended while state casino regulators investigate whether someone used counterfeit chips.

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How Much Will NJ Spend on Sports Betting Lawsuit? [AUDIO]

New Jersey has already spent nearly $2.5 million on attorneys' fees in its fight to legalize sports betting at casinos and racetracks in the Garden State. That figure has some critics balking, but the influential state lawmaker who has been spearheading the sports wagering effort calls the expenditure an investment.

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Non-Gambling Options Important for AC’s Future [AUDIO]

Even with a slight uptick this November because of Superstorm Sandy last year, gambling revenues in Atlantic City continue to decline, putting the focus more on non-gaming options for visitors.

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NJ Sets Rules for Online Gambling Promotions

New Jersey casino regulators will let casinos offer online gambling promotions in which players may have to reach a certain level of play before they can cash out.

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