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Young Gambling Addicts In New Jersey [AUDIO]

Gaming industry leaders, law enforcement and state officials huddled at the State House yesterday to talk about the issue of gambling addiction in New Jersey.

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Compulsive Gambling Needs to be Addressed in New Jersey

Teens and young adults, especially college students are twice as likely to become compulsive gamblers than any other segment of society and something must be done to stem that tide. That’s the takeaway following a meeting today at the State House with gaming industry leaders, law enforcement and state officials.

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Hard Rock Invests in Meadowlands Racetrack

The casino-entertainment company Hard Rock International is investing in the Meadowlands Racetrack.

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Geoff Freeman (American Gaming Association)
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Travel Executive to Lead U.S. Gambling Lobby

A 38-year-old travel association executive will lead the U.S. casino lobby.

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Atlantic City Revenues Down Again March [AUDIO]

Atlantic City casino revenues were down again in March, 10.5 percent lower than March of 2012.

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Sports Betting Should Be State’s Decision, Say NJ Voters [AUDIO]

If New Jersey wants to legalize sports betting, it should be allowed to and the federal government should not have a say in the matter.

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Gambling Problem? Help Is Available [AUDIO]

A proclamation issued by Governor Chris Christie declares March as Problem Gambling Awareness Month in New Jersey.

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Governor's Office/Tim Larsen
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NJ Officials Move Ahead With Sports Betting Appeal [AUDIO]

Following a federal court judge's decision last week blocking New Jersey's plan to allow Atlantic City casinos and state horse-tracks to offer sports betting, state officials are moving forward with an appeal.

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NJ Sports Betting Program Dealt Setback

A federal judge on Thursday upheld a 21-year-old law prohibiting sports betting in 46 of 50 states, dealing a setback to New Jersey's attempts to revive its struggling casino industry by grabbing a piece of what has become a multibillion-dollar industry, both legal and illegal.

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Will Internet Gambling Boost Atlantic City Casinos?

A Wall Street firm says Internet gambling will be "a shot in the arm" for Atlantic City's 12 struggling casinos.

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