Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Rough Start For New Jersey Online Gambling



New Jersey's online gambling flop threatens the rest of the state's spending

Staff
New York Business Journal

Last May, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie estimated the state would bring in about $180 million this fiscal year from online gambling taxes. That’s looking like a wild overestimate, as the state currently projects to draw in about $12 million.

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