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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 to Appeal Sports Betting Ruling

Gov. Chris Christie indicates he'll appeal a judge's decision upholding a ban on sports gambling in New Jersey.

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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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Court Ruling Expected In NJ Bid For Sports Betting

A federal court ruling is expected in a lawsuit over whether New Jersey can legalize sports betting.

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Is NJ Getting Short End Of Sports Betting Stick? [AUDIO]

Should sports betting be legal in the Garden State?

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NJ Sports Betting Law Argued in Federal Court

Attorneys for New Jersey have said in federal court a 1992 law banning legal betting in all but four other states is discriminatory and tramples on the authority of state legislatures.

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US to Join Suit Against NJ’s Sports Betting Law

The U.S. Department of Justice filed notice Tuesday that it is joining a lawsuit by sports leagues and the NCAA to stop the state from allowing sports gambling, setting the stage for a fight next month over the constitutionality of a 21-year-old federal statute.

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2013 Will Be A Year Of Political Battles In New Jersey [AUDIO]

As we watch the dysfunction in Washington, D.C. we should remember New Jersey is no slouch when it comes to political fights.

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Judge: Leagues Can Sue NJ Over Sports Betting

A  judge has cleared the way for the battle between New Jersey and the four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA over possible sports gambling in the state to continue.

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America Is Okay With Sports Betting [AUDIO]

In New Jersey, a lawsuit continues to allow sports betting at Atlantic City casinos.

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