The Opinion in Murphy, Governor of New Jersey, et al v National Collegiate Athletic Association, et al , overturns the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) of 1992 and allows states to set their own rules for sport betting. Read the rest of this entry »Posted: May 14th, 2018 | Author: Art Gallagher | Filed under: Monmouth County News, Monmouth Park, New Jersey | Tags: Monmouth County News, Monmouth Park, New Jersey, NJ Sports Betting, SCOTUS, Sports Betting, U.S. Supreme Court | 6 Comments »
TRENTON — The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday gave new hope to New Jersey’s years-long effort to legalize sports betting — and to the prospect that such wagering could soon be allowed throughout the country under incoming President Donald Trump. In an unexpected move, the nation’s highest court delayed issuing a decision on whether it will… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: January 17th, 2017 | Author: admin | Filed under: Horse Racing Industry, Monmouth County, Monmouth Park | Tags: Freehold Raceway, Gaming Industry, Horse Racing Industry, Monmouth County News, Monmouth Park, Sports Betting, U.S. Supreme Court | Comments Off on Did U.S. Supreme Court just boost hopes for N.J. sports betting?
WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Tuesday threw out New Jersey’s sports betting law, once again blocking the state from expanding its gambling options to augment Atlantic City and the horse-racing industry. The Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia ruled that the state’s law violated a 1992 federal ban on sports betting, the Associated… Read the rest of this entry »Posted: August 9th, 2016 | Author: admin | Filed under: Horse Racing Industry, Monmouth County News, Oceanport | Tags: Gambling Industry, Horse Racing Industry, Monmouth County News, Monmouth Park, NJ Sports Betting, Oceanport, Sports Betting, Third Circuit Court of Appeals | 2 Comments »
Senators Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) and Ray Lesniak have teamed up to sponsor legislation that will counter the professional sports leagues latest attempts to block sports betting in New Jersey.
The bill, which will be introduced during the Senate’s next session, would explicitly abolish language in state law that prohibits sports betting, a move that would reinforce the state attorney general’s effort to lift the injunction preventing the state from moving forward on plans to allow casinos and racetracks to accept wagers on sporting events. The measure would also prohibit the transport of sports-betting equipment across state lines and set an age requirement of 21 years old.
Last month acting Attorney General John Hoffman issued a directive that instructed law enforcement not to prosecute sports betting at racetracks and casinos. The Christie Administration asked U. S. District Judge Michael Shipp to rule that New Jersey is not violating federal law by decriminalizing sports betting and allowing private entities to operate and regulate the betting.admin | Filed under: Atlantic City, Horse Racing Industry, New Jersey, News, Sport Betting | Tags: Acting Attorney General John Hoffman, Atlantic City, Christie Administration, Horse Racing Industry, New Jersey, Senator Joe Kyrillos, Senator Ray Lesniak, Sports Betting | Comments Off on Kyrillos and Lesniak Fast Track Sports Betting Legislation