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Gural To Christie: 'I Need An Extension'

March 31, 2011:

A pair of very newsworthy items came out of Rutgers University's New Jersey gaming forum, which took place Thursday, March 31: Jeff Gural needs an extension in order to sign a lease deal for the Meadowlands Racetrack, and Jon Hanson believes New Jersey horse racing can be successful...read on

Gov. Christie Vetoes Online Gambling Bill

March 3, 2011:

It has been reported that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie today vetoed a bill which would have seen the legalization of intra-state online gambling...read on

Christie To Set Online Gaming Precedent?

March 2, 2011:

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has until Thursday, March 3 to either veto or sign legislation which would make it legal for in-state casino operators to run online gaming websites for residents of the state -- also known as 'intra-state gambing.' All reports indicate that he is holding his cards close to his chest...read on

Gural, Hanson, Simpson At Forum

March 1, 2011:

It has been announced that Jeff Gural, Jim Simpson, Karyn Malinowski, Thomas Carver and Jon Hanson will soon be sitting face to face and discussing New Jersey's gambling and horse racing industries...read on

Betfair Looking To Acquire Monmouth

February 24, 2011:

"New Jersey has a fantastic horse racing heritage. Betfair and TVG are absolutely committed to having a role. The racing product at Monmouth Park was vastly superior last summer. Similarly, the Meadowlands presents the most eminent harness racing destination in...read on

NJ Gov. Christie Vetoes Racing Bill

February 22, 2011:

On Friday, February 18, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie vetoed Bill S2394/A3531, which would have seen monies received from the sales tax on horse transactions redistributed back into the horse racing industry...read 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 industry...read on

NJSEA Pushes To Have Two Of State's Three Off-Track Wagering Locations Close

December 16, 2010:

It has been reported that the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority is seeking to shut down two of the three off-track wagering locations in the state...read on

Bills To Boost Racing Approved In NJ

December 13, 2010:

An Assembly Democratic legislative package to enhance New Jersey's casino gaming and horse racing industries by - among other things - moving to sports gaming at casinos and racetracks, allowing Internet wagering by out-of-state residents on horse racing and...read on

NJ Assembly Approves Gambling Bills

December 10, 2010:

"Today, the Assembly took a significant step forward to put Atlantic City and New Jersey's racetracks on a the fast track to economic recovery and fiscal stability."...read 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 at...read on

Dancer Wants Expanded ADW

December 2, 2010:

New Jersey State Assemblyman Ron Dancer, co-sponsor of a bill to save harness racing in the state, is proposing to open up advanced deposit wagering in the state to out-of-state residents...read on

New Jersey T-Bred Handle Way Up In 2010 Despite 50 Per Cent Cut In Race Dates

November 22, 2010:

After having slashed the number of thoroughbred race dates in New Jersey from 141 in 2009 to 71 in 2010, racetrack operator New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority has announced that the almost 50 per cent date reduction has resulted in a $122.5 million increase in handle...read on

Gaming/Racing Bills Pass In NJ

November 16, 2010:

On Monday, November 15, two New Jersey Senate Committees approved bills which have the purpose of giving a positive jolt to the state's gaming industry...read on

NJ Gov. Christie Shakes Up AC

November 5, 2010:

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was at it again yesterday, as he revealed he was transferring the powers of the state's Casino Control Commission, which has ruled the casinos for 32 years since their introduction in 1978, to the Division of Gaming Enforcement...read on


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