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NCAA Yanks Women’s Basketball Tournament Site From NJ

The NCAA has moved a 2013 women's basketball regional from Trenton, N.J. to Bridgeport, citing a new law that allows gambling on college sports in New Jersey.

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NCAA, Pro Leagues’ Chiefs To Be Deposed In NJ Case

The heads of the NCAA and the four major professional sports leagues will give depositions in a lawsuit that seeks to stop New Jersey from instituting sports gambling.

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NCAA Wrong Again Says NJ Senator [AUDIO]

New Jersey is not backing away from its legal fight to overturn a federal ban on sports betting, but now the NCAA is firing back.

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NCAA Doles Out Payback For NJ’s Efforts To Legalize Sports Betting

The NCAA is pulling five national and regional championship tournaments scheduled to be held in New Jersey in 2013. It’s payback for the state’s decision to move forward with voter-approved sports betting. The Garden State’s most vocal proponent of legalized sports wagering says, once again the NCAA has gotten it all wrong.

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College Leagues Threatens To Pull Championship Events From New Jersey

The NCAA and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference are moving to relocate several championship events scheduled to take place in New Jersey after it the state announced it will start issuing licenses for sports betting in January.

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NJ to License Sports Bets in January

New Jersey says it will start issuing licenses for sports betting on Jan. 9, a decision that led the NCAA to announce it would relocate championships from the state.

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NJ Sports Betting Law is Hypocritical, Says Leagues

The major professional sports leagues and the NCAA say New Jersey's proposed sports betting law is hypocritical because it prohibits gambling on New Jersey college games but allows it on all other college and pro contests.

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Leagues Have No Standing in Sports Betting Suit, NJ Claims

A court filing claims sports gambling is so widespread already that New Jersey's plans to implement it won't
cause any harm to college and pro sports leagues.

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NJ May Get Help in Sports Betting Suit

A high-profile lawyer wants to represent New Jersey and Gov. Chris Christie in the state's fight to defy a federal ban on sports gambling.

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NJ Supports Sports Betting Despite Federal Ban [AUDIO]

It's against the law to bet on sports in New Jersey because of a federal ban.

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