Federal appeals court rejects Latest Bid for Legal Sports Wagering

Sports betting TRENTON — New Jersey’s four-year bid to legalize sports betting has been dealt another blow — though the fight isn’t likely to end soon. A federal appeals courts said Tuesday that the state’s most recent bid to allow casinos and racetracks to offer wagering on sports games still violates a 23-year-old federal prohibition on sports betting…

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