A federal appeals court panel in Philadelphia on Tuesday upheld the federal ban on sports betting in all but four states.
Two New Jersey congressmen are renewing their efforts to allow sports betting in the state.
Attorney Dennis Drazin said the real battle will be in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.
A federal judge ruled Friday night that New Jersey cannot partially lift a prohibition on sports betting in an effort to boost the state’s struggling horse racing and casino industries.
In an op-ed article for the New York Times published online Thursday, Silver said fans should have a safe and legal way to gamble on professional games.
In this dangerous world, sports fans are responsible for their own sobriety, no matter how many temptations are put in front of them. And there are more temptations every single day.
In a court filing late Wednesday, the state reiterated its contention that the language in a federal appeals court ruling last year opened the door for New Jersey to roll back its prohibitions on sports gambling.
The nation’s four major pro sports leagues and the NCAA filed papers Monday seeking to stop New Jersey’s law to allow legal sports betting, just days before the law is due to take effect.
With New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signing a bill that will make wagering on sports legal in the state, Boomer and Craig discussed the development and the positive ramifications it could have moving forward…
A New Jersey racetrack has taken another step toward offering sports betting if it becomes legal in New Jersey.
Horse racing tracks are likely to implement sports betting in New Jersey before casinos, a gaming expert says.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie issued a directive Monday allowing his state’s casinos and racetracks to immediately offer sports betting without fear of criminal or civil liability.
I may be a rudimentary legal scholar, but I can think of several violations of constitutional principles this creates off the top of my head.
The Supreme Court on Monday left in place a ban on sports gambling in New Jersey, rebuffing an attempt to bring betting on professional and college sporting events to Atlantic City casinos and the state’s racetracks.
New Jersey State Sen. Ray Lesniak says he’ll be placing a bet — legally — on the NFL, one way or another: “I’m not saying ‘One day.’ I’m saying September.”