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Gov. Chris Christie says he isn't throwing in the towel in the fight to legalize sports gambling in New Jersey. Christie said Thursday after visiting a group home for people with disabilities that he'll take the fight to the Supreme Court if he has
Originally published Friday, March 1, 2013 at 3:17 AM Judge deals setback to NJ's sports gambling effort 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
New Jersey's effort to allow sports gambling an "unlawful scheme" and a "blatant violation" of federal law. The leagues sued Gov. Chris Christie in August after he announced plans to allow gambling on pro and college games at casinos and racetracks.
The Record Evan Weiner is a speaker and television-radio commentator and author of The Politics and Business of Sports. Collegiate Athletic Association, which is run by a group of college presidents, chancellors and provosts, is not too happy with
Steve Goria, one of the key defendants in the University of San Diego sports bribery case, was sentenced Friday morning in federal court to 30 months in prison. Steve Goria is shown when he was arrested in April 2011 for his involvement in a sports
Sports leagues that have sued to stop New Jersey from introducing sports gambling don't have the legal standing to file the suit because they can't show they would be directly harmed, the state claimed in a legal filing Friday...The state Legislature
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...The leagues' lawsuit seeks to stop the state from granting sports gambling licenses.
The Giants co-owner waved his finger against the New Jersey governor's attempt to legalize sports gambling in the money-desperate state of Garden State. MetLife Stadium won't be hosting any more Super Bowls after 2014. "If New Jersey goes ahead with
Sports look for national legislation on gambling Associated Press 2011-02-11 12:34 PM Major sporting groups in Australia , including Cricket Australia and the National Rugby League, have asked the federal government to adopt legislation to prevent
International Cricket Council (ICC) chief, Haroon Lorgat favors legalization of sports gambling in India while retaining his optimism for a corruption-free World Cup in the sub-continent. India has been the hub for corruption and there has hardly