N.J. sports betting case will go before U.S. appeals court again

Picture 012State Senator Joe Kyrillos, whose district includes Oceanport, the home of Monmouth Park, said, “This court reversal puts us back on the right course to create opportunities here, improve the quality of life, and enhance the state’s economy and job creation and retention at Monmouth Park and Atlantic City. As I’ve said for months, we will prevail, and the repeals that this legislature enacted on a bipartisan basis will ultimately stand.”

TRENTON — New Jersey’s years-long battle to legalize sports betting will get another day in court — and experts say the outlook for the state is suddenly a positive one. Nearly two months after a three-judge U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals panel rejected the state’s latest bid to legalize sports wagering at casinos and racetracks,…

Posted: October 15th, 2015 | Author: | Filed under: Horse Racing Industry, Joe Kyrillos, Monmouth County News, Monmouth Park | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment »

One Comment on “N.J. sports betting case will go before U.S. appeals court again”

  1. It's about time, said at 11:27 am on October 16th, 2015:

    in this state: people are gonna bet anyway: might as well regulate it and use the state’s share to finally reduce something- I know, that’s probably a pipe dream, here: NJ seems incapable of cutting us any break- but they sure are good at increasing the giveaways, at our continuing and increasing expense, on a daily basis!