N.J. is prepping for legal sports betting, but what will court rule?

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Sports bettingOCEANPORT — It was supposed to be the first of its kind in New Jersey: a lounge at Monmouth Park racetrack where people could legally bet on sports games — just like they do in Las Vegas. Four years after it was built, not a single bet has been placed. The lounge at the Oceanport trackā€¦



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