Christie suggests he’s ready for a court fight if the feds — or anyone else — tries to stop it.
A new poll finds most New Jerseyans oppose legalizing Internet gambling, but want the ability to legally bet on sporting events.
By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – There is no doubt that there is a tremendous degree of excitement surrounding the Patriots-Giants game and why not. It is the Super Bowl and there […]
Chris reviews the results of yesterday’s New Hampshire Primary, talks to New Jersey State Senator Raymond Lesniak about the legalization of sports gambling, Editor of Philadelphia Magazine, Tom McGrath, about the latest issue on where to eat in the city, and author Miho Kahn on her book, If You Give a Girl a Push-Up Bra.
Just hours before a new legislature was taking office Tuesday in New Jersey, state legislators wrapped up the old session by approving a long list of proposals that are now subject to action by the governor.
A New Jersey senate committee has given the green light for sports betting to be placed in Garden State casinos and racetracks. But you won’t be able to place a wager anytime soon.
Proponents of sports betting in the Garden State are wasting no time in working on their goal, now that voters have given them the green light to proceed.
Now here’s a guy with guts: A fan at a recent New York Giants game celebrated with the fan next to him — who happened to be New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a former federal prosecutor — after the Giants won a close one.
Republicans, Democrats, even a majority of independents say they’ll vote for it.
If you pick enough winners this year, SugarHouse will hand you $1-million. And since you’re not putting up your own money, it’s all legal.
From a health standpoint I often worry about the danger of gambling addicts trying to get the big score and win back a year’s losses all at once. The Super Bowl can be the ultimate temptation.