In court case over Justice Department's revised Wire Act interpretation, NJ's attorney general outlines the financial havoc it would wreak.
The Garden State has taken up federal fights for legal gambling in the past, but it's taking a more passive approach now in the Wire Act case.
With the deputy attorney general having shut down the New Hampshire Lottery's suit against the DOJ, New Jersey has to step up again.
New Jersey's amicus brief filing positions the state to play a key role in the battle against the DOJ's revised Wire Act opinion.
Following a recent trend in other states, NJ lawmakers are weighing the merits of allowing lottery winners to stay out of the spotlight.
New Jersey is one of just a few states that has embraced all forms of online gambling -- all except for an online lottery. Why has it held back, and could the state benefit from a full iLotto rollout?