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Reader Polls Feedback for: December 5, 2017 through December 14, 2017
Answer our reader Poll, win 1 free $40+ Show ticket!   Each Reader Poll, the 2 best replies each week will receive one $40+ show ticket! The 2 winners will be selected by Richard Reed, IVLV owner.

 

Many people including outgoing New Jersey Governor Chris Christe thinks the U.S. Supreme Court will rule in favor very soon to allow Sports betting throughout the country. If Supreme Court rules in favor, New Jersey could have full sports betting in less than two weeks. (Delaware, Nevada, Oregon and Montana are only states allowed to have any type of sports betting at this time.) If all the other states are allowed to have sports betting, do you think this will help or hurt Las Vegas and the casinos traffic of people and bettors? Why or Why not? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. (See other Readers’ opinions below.)

Nevada may have to share the sports betting with new jersey and many other states soon.


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I think it will hurt the casino business and slow down some people from visiting if they can bet in their own state at a sports book. Anne H. Chicago, IL



 

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