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Will New Jersey Finally Get Legalized Sports Betting? [AUDIO]

After a district court turned thumbs down on New Jersey's push to allow sports betting, an appeals court gets the case tomorrow.

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Nevada Wants to Expand Its Sports Gambling Law

A bill before Nevada lawmakers would let private investment groups place sports wagers and allow the state to reap millions of dollars in untapped revenue.

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Sports Betting in NJ
Flickr User Marit & Toomas Hinnosaar
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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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Atlantic City Casinos Will Offer Fantasy Bets Online

Atlantic City casinos will be able to offer fantasy sports betting online and in person under a pilot program announced by state regulators.

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Sports Betting
Flickr User Tjschoss
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Christie Remains Committed to Sports Betting Fight

Gov. Chris Christie says he isn't throwing in the towel in the fight to legalize sports gambling in New Jersey.

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NCAA Lifts Ban on NJ Hosting Tournaments

The NCAA has lifted a recent ban against New Jersey schools being allowed to host tournament games or championships sanctioned by the sports governing body.

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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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Sports Betting in NJ
Flickr User Marit & Toomas Hinnosaar
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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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