New Jersey's fight for legal sports betting has big price tag

The state of New Jersey continues its battle to legalize sports betting at casinos and race tracks, and it's costing tax payers a pretty penny.

According to an article from, documents obtained by The Star-Ledger show that taxpayers are footing a $2.3 million bill to have top names in the legal world on their side.

Per the article:

According the, analysts claim that legalized sports betting could generate an income of greater than $100 million per year for the state.

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Posted by eldorado
3 years ago

Canada is not going to save you.

Posted by rp-rt
3 years ago

Sorry New Jersey, you had your chance. Nevada says no. Only Canada can save us.
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