Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets. When will Gov. Murphy sign the sports betting bill approved by the Legislature this week?
Both the Assembly and the Senate unanimously passed an amended bill to regulate and tax sports betting in NJ.
The Speaker and Senate President have both promised to get this bill passed Thursday. The question is: when will the governor sign it?
Gov. Phil Murphy stood before a newly-opened bridge spanning the waves of Barnegat Bay and discussed the bigger waves he made by ditching the 'Ask the Governor' call-in radio show Thursday night.
State Treasurer Elizabeth Maher Muoio testified before the Assembly Budget Committee on how the state's revenue figures square with the proposed budget. Muoio said instead of an April surprise, New ...
State legislation would ban team owners from offering bets at sports betting parlors.
Sports betting is big business. It’s also now legal, thanks to Monday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver testified at a Senate Budget and Appropriations hearing for the Department of Community Affairs, calling for improvements in affordable housing and praising Atlantic City's ...
Senate Budget Committee Chair Paul Sarlo insists all the whispers of a budget impasse are just that.
Atlantic City casinos began preparing, even before the Supreme Court struck down the ban on legal sports betting. How much of an impact will legal sports betting having on Atlantic City as a tourist ...
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a ban on sports betting as unconstitutional, concluding a decadeslong fight by the state of New Jersey. The ruling opens the floodgates for legal sports betting at ...
The Supreme Court struck down a federal law that bars gambling on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states, giving states the go-ahead to legalize betting on sports.
A pending Supreme Court decision could strike down the 25-year ban on sports betting outside Nevada.
The American Gaming Association estimates Americans will bet more than $10 billion on the upcoming 2018 NCAA men’s basketball tournament. They say 97 percent of that money will be bet illegally.