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What’s next in N.J.’s sports betting bid after court rejects plan?

By Brent Johnson | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com on August 27, 2015 at 8:30 AM, updated August 27, 2015 at 10:00 AM TRENTON — New Jersey’s four-year effort to legalize sports betting suffered another legal setback Tuesday, when a three-judge U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals pan
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3rd Circuit Court of Appeals upholds ban against New Jersey’s sports betting law | Meadowlands Matters | NorthJersey.com

Posted on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 10:28 am by John Brennan [last UPDATED at 12:15 pm ET] The U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday affirmed a lower court ruling that struck down New Jersey’s sports betting law because it conflicts with a 1992 federal law that bans such ac
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One Coast Regionalism Concept

One Coast regionalism concept tries to promote common agenda Mike Lacy Posted: 09/04/2014 6:54 AM SOUTH MISSISSIPPI (WLOX) – At first, it seems odd. A marketing proposal with no budget, no infrastructure and no meetings. There’s only an idea, a logo and a hope to turn the
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Sustained job growth forecast for Mississippi through 2017

By TED CARTER Mississippi’s jobs numbers are expected to grow 0.9 percent this year and rise to 1.1 percent in 2016 and remain there through 2017, economists with the University Research Center said in the Mississippi Economic Outlook’s summer 2015 issue. For the first six months of 2
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HR consultant says gaming jobs are returning | Las Vegas Review-Journal

By Howard Stutz Las Vegas Review-Journal Ann Simmons Nicholson has hired gaming industry workers in good times and bad. “There were times where, if you were good, you could name your price,” she said. These days, times are good — not as good as in the 1990s and early 2000s
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Golden Nugget’s Recipe For Success

Home to swamp tours, refineries and petrochemical plants, not to mention the occasional alligator, Lake Charles isn’t often mistaken for Las Vegas. But the Louisiana city’s becoming a bright spot among recovering U.S. gambling destinations, with its three bustling casinos — the
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US Online Gambling Opponents Plot Intrastate Moratorium

Washington politicians are reportedly hatching a plan to impose a moratorium on further expansion of intrastate online gambling. GamblingCompliance scribe Chris Krafcik recently reported that US federal politicians were discussing plans to introduce legislation that would call for a s
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Panel Formed to Prioritize NV Tourism Projects

By RICHARD N. VELOTTA LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL The governor on Monday signed an executive order forming a committee to prioritize tourism improvement projects in Southern Nevada and draft a report with recommendations in the next year. The 11-member committee, to be chaired by Steve H
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