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A man holds his betting slips and money at a betting parlor.  (File Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Rolling The Dice On New Jersey Sports Betting

As the state reads the ruling of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, New Jersey can’t sponsor sports betting, but there’s nothing stopping casinos from doing it if the state won’t prosecute anyone.

09/10/2014

(The US courthouse in center city Philadelphia.  File photo by Tony Hanson)

New Jersey Asks Federal Court To Allow Sports Betting at Racetracks, Casinos

In arguing his case for the State of New Jersey, Theodore Olsen told the Third Circuit Court of Appeals that the federal law is unconstitutional.

06/26/2013

(Former Pennsylvania state senator Vincent Fumo, following his sentencing for corruption.   File photo)

Feds Trying To Increase Restitution Demand on Vince Fumo

A federal prosecutor says Fumo, now serving time in a federal prison in Kentucky, should be required to pay an additional $800,000 in restitution on top of $3.4 million he already has paid.

12/14/2012

(Nine-time Olympic gold medal winner Carl Lewis announces his candidacy for the New Jersey state senate last April.  File photo by Mike DeNardo)

Late Decision Expected Soon In Carl Lewis NJ Senate Residency Appeal

Lewis has been barred from the ballot in New Jersey because the state says he doesn’t meet the four-year residency requirement for Senate.

09/13/2011

(Carl Lewis.  File photo by Steve Tawa)

Carl Lewis Once Again Off The Ballot In New Jersey

A federal judge has affirmed that the nine-time Olympic gold medalist failed to meet the state’s four-year residency requirement. Attorneys for Lewis say they will appeal.

09/07/2011

(Olympic gold medal winner Carl Lewis on April 11th, 2011, the day he announced a run for the New Jersey State Senate.  AP photo)

Attorney For Carl Lewis Holds Out Hope For Olympian’s NJ Ballot Effort

Olympic runner Carl Lewis is running out of legal options to get back on the ballot for a Burlington County seat in the New Jersey State Senate.

05/03/2011

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