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Recent court case leaves sport betting in New Jersey a big underdog

02.19.2016     08:36 AM     Printer Friendly

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It's exhausting to watch New Jersey continue to fight the good fight with regards to the legalization of sports betting. Court case after court case, it continues to be very apparent that this ain't happening any time soon. And yet the pro-legalization camp remains as confident/delusional as ever. You could have an across-the-board “no freakin’ way” from the U.S. Supreme Court and New Jersey would still say it's all a matter of time.


"It's a squeaker," New Jersey Sen. Raymond Lesniak said after the hearing. "I think we're headed to federal regulation, which is fine."

"As we have reiterated time and time again -- the existing federal law is unconstitutional and arbitrary; it picks winners and losers, while continuing to deny New Jerseyans the right to participate in this billion-dollar industry," Pallone and LoBiondo said in a joint statement released after Wednesday's hearing. "We are hopeful that today's hearing signals the start of a new era in our state, and we intend to see this fight through to the end."








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bo_mcneill
02/19/2016 3:30 PM
in the land of the Free.... how in the world?? can we not bet on professional sporting events? legalize, regulate and tax it.. huge boost to economy. Unreal.. every other country allows it





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