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Menendez pushes NCAA to end ban on tournaments in N.J. after sports betting ruling

U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez asked the NCAA to permanently change its policy of not holding events in states that have sports betting.
NJ.com

Borgata to take sports bets on 1st day regulators allow it

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Atlantic City’s top casino says it will take sports bets on the first day state regulators allow it. The Borgata plans to rename its facility for betting on horse racing..
Seattle Times

Videos for "Sports Betting"

News video: Will sports betting bring the kind of money states are hoping for?

Will sports betting bring the kind of money states are hoping for? 01:29

While billions are wagered on sports betting the taxes on it are not as high as other forms of gambling.
Source: Rumble -

News video: Will sports betting bring in the revenue state's are counting on?

Will sports betting bring in the revenue state's are counting on? 01:39

As legislatures move forward on sports betting can they really expect a tax windfall?
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News video: #2TalkAbout For May 22, 2018

#2TalkAbout For May 22, 2018 02:33

Alex Denis has a look at what people are talking about today: Meetings about North Korea at the White House, authorities taking on MS-13, sports betting in New Jersey and more.
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News video: NFL's Roger Goodell Wants Sports Betting To Be Standardized By Congress

NFL's Roger Goodell Wants Sports Betting To Be Standardized By Congress 00:34

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell wants Congress to oversee sports betting now that states are free to make it legal. He specifically wants sports betting standardized with 'four cour principles.' Three..
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News video: Commentary: New Sports Betting Law Makes Sports More Fun To Watch

Commentary: New Sports Betting Law Makes Sports More Fun To Watch 00:46

CBS4 sports anchor Michael Spencer says more money bet on the games will mean more people watching those games on TV and bigger revenues for the leagues.
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Could sports-betting ruling invalidate US death penalty law?

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) Attorneys for a Vermont man facing a federal death penalty trial are using a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could expand sports betting nationwide to ask a judge to declare..
FOX Sports

Ohio senator wants sports betting revenue to fund schools, infrastructure

An Ohio state senator says he’ll introduce legislation to legalize sports betting in Ohio, just days after the major party gubernatorial candidates discussed the idea, WVXU reports. State Sen. Joe..
bizjournals

Malloy working on possible sports betting legislation

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he’s already reached out to Connecticut’s two federally recognized tribes to discuss the ramifications of possibly legalizing sports betting. The..
Seattle Times

Vermont man seeks to invalidate US death penalty law

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Attorneys for a Vermont man facing a federal death penalty trial are using a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling that could expand sports betting nationwide when asking a judge to..
Seattle Times

Roger Goodell: Here's NFL's position on sports betting

roger goodell: here's nfl's position on sports betting
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says Congress should enact uniform standards for any states that plan to legislate sports betting.
FOX Sports

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