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NJ Sports Betting May Not Bring The Treasure Trove Of Revenue Lawmakers Were Anticipating

In a meeting with New Jersey lawmakers this week, the state treasurer estimated that legal NJ sports betting would only bring $13m in tax revenue to the state, far less than what had been expected.

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