Governor Chris Christie has finalized a bill that is new could allow for sports gambling in New Jersey beginning just as this coming Sunday.
A New Jersey sports bill that is betting signed into law last week by Governor Chris Christie in what seems to be the War associated with the Roses between the Guv and major league sports. The new law would allow for sports betting at race tracks and casinos throughout the state after being passed by legislators last week.
On Monday, the NCAA and the four major professional sports leagues in America filed a movement in an attempt to stop sports betting from being offered until their challenge that is legal to bill may be heard.
If this all sounds familiar, that’s because these are just the latest salvos in a battle throughout the state of the latest Jersey’s efforts to locate a way to permit Atlantic City casinos and racetracks statewide to offer sports wagering services, despite the federal ban set up through the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA).
That law, passed 22 years back, banned state-regulated sports gambling in all states other than Nevada, Delaware, Montana and Oregon, which had currently regulated the gambling activity.
Christie Walks Thin Line in Signing Bill
In August, Christie vetoed two bills that are different would have legalized recreations betting in the state, saying that efforts to do so would need to be carefully crafted to ensure t Continue reading “New Jersey Sports Betting Law Approved as Sports Leagues Sue”