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A surge of support and celebration for women in film ahead of this year’s Oscars ceremony has prompted Odeon Cinemas to produce a range of ‘Osc-her’ statues.
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DraftKings CEO Bets on Huge Super Bowl Wager Pool
Draftkings CEO Jason Robins told Cheddar that New Jersey residents alone could wager as much as $100 million on the Super Bowl, the first time sports betting will be legal there for the big game.
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US Justice Department to Declare Online Gambling Illegal
US Justice Department to Declare Online Gambling Illegal The decision expands on a 2011 opinion that prohibited online gambling
across state lines. The new ruling is expected to be
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'Nosey's Law' bans animals from New Jersey circus acts
TRENTON, NEW JERSEY — New Jersey's governor has signed ''Nosey's Law', a bill prohibiting the use of wild and exotic animals in traveling animal acts.
According to a statement released by the State..
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New Jersey becomes first US state to take legal Oscars betsLAS VEGAS (AP) — Perhaps you weren’t sure — or didn’t care — if Gisele Bundchen’s husband and the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl this month....
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You Can Now Legally Bet On Your Oscar Predictions In New JerseyHumanity has enjoyed predicting who will win a contest since time immemorial. Gambling aficionados with a penchant for pop culture can now bet on one of film's...
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New Jersey saw $385M in sport bets in Super Bowl run-upATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Gamblers betting on the NFL playoffs during the January run-up to the Super Bowl helped make more than $385 million in sports bets...