Ever since the Supreme Court legalized sports betting in New Jersey this past May, it seems like websites offering sports gambling are popping up at a dizzying rate. With so many different online outlets to choose from, you could be left asking yourself about which one to choose. Well, perhaps seamless accessibility is one of the components you’re desiring in a sports gambling website. If so, just know the following — not every online sports-betting outlet allows the use of PayPal. You can bet on sports right now using Paypal at SugarHouse! Here is a list of New Jersey sports books currently accepting and not accepting PayPal as a deposit method. SugarHouse Sportsbook (Yes) DraftKings Sportsbook (Yes) FanDuel Sportsbook (Yes) Caesars Sportsbook (Yes) William Hill (Coming soon) PlayMGM (Coming soon) Betstars (Coming soon) 888 (Coming soon) There are only three daily fantasy sites that currently accept PayPal to deposit and withdraw. They are: … [Read more...] about Can you use PayPal to bet on sports online in New Jersey? List of sites
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index N.Y. / Region Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by ByNick Corasaniti April 24, 2018 MORRISTOWN, N.J. — The apex of the slate roof of the historic chapel of the Presbyterian Church in Morristown peeks over the trees lining the central green here, its chips and cracks visible from the ground. In need of repair, the church did what many other houses of worship in the area have done — turned for help to the county, which gave it more than $260,000 in 2013. Since 2012, Morris County has provided more than $4.6 million to 12 churches in the form of historic preservation grants, a readily available source of money to fix facades, stained glass windows and aging roofs. But a unanimous decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court found that public money could no longer be used by churches, citing a clause in the State Constitution expressly forbidding it, a decision … [Read more...] about New Jersey Ruling Could Reignite Battle Over Church-State Separation
NEWARK, N.J. -- A judicial board accused a New Jersey judge of violating rules of conduct when he asked a woman during a court hearing if she tried closing her legs to prevent an alleged sexual assault. State Superior Court Judge John Russo made the comment during a 2016 hearing on a restraining order the woman was seeking against a man she accused of forcing her to have sex. According to a transcript contained in the complaint, when the woman described her encounter with the man, Russo asked her, "Do you know how to stop somebody from having intercourse with you?" When the woman answered affirmatively and said one method would be to run away, Russo continued, "Close your legs? Call the police? Did you do any of those things?" The complaint filed this week alleged Russo "mistreated the victim." The panel also accused him of other instances of violating rules on judicial conduct, including ruling on an alimony case in which Russo acknowledged he knew both parties. In that case, … [Read more...] about New Jersey judge asked woman if she crossed legs to stop sex assault, complaint alleges
CARTERET, N.J. -- Officials stripped a New Jersey resident of his citizenship because they said he used a false name when he entered the United States more than 25 years ago. Baljinder Singh became the first person to be denaturalized under Operation Janus, a Homeland Security Department initiative that revokes citizenship of those who circumvented background checks during the naturalization process. A judge revoked his citizenship Friday, according to the U.S. Justice Department, which announced the ruling Tuesday. Assistant Attorney General Chad Readler said Singh "exploited" the U.S. immigration system, "which undermines both the nation's security and our lawful immigration system." Federal authorities accused the Carteret resident of using an alias to avoid deportation. Prosecutors said Singh, who was born in India, arrived in the U.S. in 1991 with no proof of identity, and gave authorities the name Davinder Singh. A judge ordered him to be deported in January … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Feds revoke citizenship of New Jersey man who used alias to enter U.S.
TRENTON, New Jersey-- New Jersey's top court sided with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday in a legal fight with public worker unions over pension funds, sparing a new state budget crisis this month but leaving unanswered questions about how the state will pay for the pensions it has promised. The state Supreme Court overturned a lower-court judge's order that told the Republican governor and the Democrat-controlled Legislature to work out a way to increase pension contributions for the current fiscal year, which ends June 30. In a 5-2 ruling, the court said that state constitutional provisions calling for an annual budget process trump a 2011 law requiring high pension contributions from the state. "That the State must get its financial house in order is plain," Justice Jaynee LaVecchia wrote in the majority opinion. "The need is compelling in respect of the State's ability to honor its compensation commitment to retired employees. But this Court cannot resolve that need in … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo New Jersey Court sides with Christie on pension contributions