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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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NJ Has High Hopes For Internet Gambling [AUDIO]

Delivering his Fiscal Year 2014 State Budget Address was not the only big thing Governor Chris Christie did Tuesday afternoon.

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Online Gambling Dominance Race Pits NJ, NV

The race is on among states that want to become dominant players in the Internet gambling market.

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NJ Internet Gambling Bill Signed by Chris Christie

Governor Chris Christie has signed a measure that legalizes Internet gambling after lawmakers agreed to his changes in both houses of the legislature today.

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NJ Internet Gambling Bill Set For Tuesday Vote

This Tuesday, Governor Chris Christie will deliver his State Budget Address before a special joint session of the legislature in the Assembly chambers at the State House. This won't be the only game in town.

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Nevada Beats NJ to Internet Gambling Punch

Gov. Brian Sandoval has inked a bill legalizing online gambling in Nevada.

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Chris Christie Says He’d Sign Revamped Online Betting Bill

Gov. Chris Christie said Tuesday that he will quickly sign an Internet gambling bill if lawmakers make the changes he wants to the legislation.

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NJ to Vote on Internet Gambling Bill February 26

New Jersey lawmakers plan to move quickly to adopt an Internet gambling bill now that Gov. Chris Christie has laid his cards on the table.

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NJ Residents Could Soon Be Gambling Online [AUDIO]

Governor Christie has indicated he is willing to sign an internet gaming bill into law, if several changes are made to the legislation.

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Christie Vetoes Internet Gambling Bill, Again

Gov. Chris Christie has vetoed a bill that would have made New Jersey the third state to legalize gambling over the Internet, but he says he will support such a law if it were put on a 10-year trial period.

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