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NJ Sports Wagering One Step Closer

January 18, 2012:

On Tuesday, January 17, Governor Chris Christie signed legislation which will pave the way for legalized sports wagering in New Jersey. In order to make expanded gaming a reality in NJ, the state will have to challenge the federal ban which only allows sports gambling in Nevada, Delaware, Oregon and on

Meadowlands Gaming To Be Re-Examined?

January 17, 2012:

According to a report, politicians in New Jersey may be officially investigating the idea of expanded gaming at the Meadowlands once on

Changes In Bill To Affect NJ Racing?

January 5, 2012:

Both the standardbred and thoroughbred racing industries have been closely watching reports from New Jersey news publications regarding the politics which are currently holding the NJ racing in the on

NJ Gaming Expansion Discussed

November 16, 2011:

“Sports betting, while beneficial to the state, is another Band Aid for racing…” Perretti Farms Marketing Director Bob Marks has been quoted as saying. “Racing must get introspective and examine its product to determine its viability to the general public…Sports betting probably won’t happen for the next few years, given the hurdles involved.” on

Northern NJ Gaming Dollars Heading West

November 14, 2011:

According to a report, one third of the massive gaming revenues at Pennsylvania's Mount Airy Casino Resort and Sands Casino Resort come from residents of Northern New Jersey. The gaming operators not only actively market the NJ residents, but they also closely watch the gaming landscape over the on

NJ Pols Press On For Big M Slots

November 10, 2011:

Even though the residents of New Jersey threw their support behind the expanded gambling this week, which would ultimately result in subsidized purses for horse racing in the Garden State, that has not muffled the cry for the implementation of slot machines at the Meadowlands on

NJ Residents Support Expanded Gaming

November 9, 2011:

Residents of New Jersey were asked yesterday via referendum how they felt about the legalization of sports wagering at the state's casinos and racetracks. And, to the pleasure of the New Jersey casino and horse racing industry, they let their feelings be on

Personalities See Meadowlands Slots Push As Logical, Essential

May 18, 2011:

"If New Jersey racing is going to survive, and indeed thrive, casino gambling must be expanded to on

AC Casino Profit Margin In Free-Fall

April 5, 2011:

When it comes to the current woes in the New Jersey gaming industry, many chose to focus primarily on the hard times the racing sector has been facing as of late. It is known that Atlantic City casinos have been feeling the pressure as well, and their overall 2010 numbers sure reflect on

Greater AC Chamber Against Proposed Meadowlands Gaming Expansion

March 10, 2011:

On Wednesday, March 9, the Greater Atlantic City Chamber issued a release saying that it is against the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce's proposal to expand gaming at the Meadowlands entertainment on

A Bill For MD Table Games

January 18, 2011:

Kathy Klausmeier, a state senator in Maryland, doesn’t fool around wasting on

Christie To Pass, Then Veto Racing Funding?

January 17, 2011:

According to a report, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie could eventually utilize veto power to stop $30-million in funds from being directed to the state's horse racing industry after he authorizes the bill which calls on

AC Mayor Upset With NJ Governor Christie

December 30, 2010:

Lorenzo Langford is mayor of Atlantic City, NJ, and as such is facing the bruising brashness of his governor, Chris Christie, who wants to take over the city’s tourism on

NJ Racing To Be Weaned Off $30M Payment?

December 8, 2010:

According to a report, an amendment to legislation in New Jersey would see the state racing industry weaned off the $30 million payment which it annually received from casino interests in order to not pursue expanded gaming on

AC Casinos Report More Huge Losses

November 18, 2010:

It has been reported that Atlantic City casinos are continuing to take on massive losses. Gambling revenues from the 11 AC casinos during the third quarter of 2010 -- July, August and September -- were down 24.3 per cent from on

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