NJ Court Says Off-Track Betting Deal Needs More Oversight

By Michael Macagnone (February 17, 2015, 8:27 PM EST) -- A New Jersey appellate court on Tuesday ordered a state agency to add more oversight to a deal between the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority and its contractor managing the state's off-track betting system, saying the deal did not follow state law.

The ruling is the latest twist in the legal battle between the NJSEA and New Jersey Account Wagering LLC, another partner in the state's off-track betting program. NJAW had challenged the New Jersey Racing Commission's 2012 approval of a deal between the NJSEA and contractor Darby Development LLC to manage part of the state's account wagering system, claiming...

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