According to a poll released Wednesday, 48 percent of New Jersey residents approve of the job Gov. Christie is doing compared with 47 percent that do not.
The mother of one lottery retailer has made more than $275,000 since 2009 from 134 winning tickets.
Five of the 10 worst run states in America saw home values plummet after the market crash.
Christie vetoed a bill that he called "a solution in search of a problem," but one New Jersey Democrat says it's more than that.
Go ahead, delay homing pigeons. But don't let your rams run free.
Three other states already have similar laws. Retailers say such laws just make consumers go to other states or online to shop.
That could be a problem for Gov. Chris Christie's budget writers.
Commissioner Adam Silver wrote in an op-ed that Congress should enable states to make decisions about legalizing sports betting.
Earlier this week, the NBA, NCAA, NFL, NHL, and MLB argued New Jersey's plan to allow sports betting violated state law. New Jersey says it disagrees.
The NBA, NCAA, NFL, NHL, and MLB don't want sports betting to be legal in New Jersey.