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Giants' John Mara Donates $250,000 To YMCA; Reiterates Stance On N.J. Sports Betting
Published July 18, 2014
NOT HEDGING HIS BETS: In N.Y., Ebenezer Samuel notes Mara on Thursday "reiterated his opposition to New Jersey’s most recent attempts to legalize state-sanctioned sports betting." Mara said, “Certainly we’re opposed to it, but let’s wait and see what happens. They’re trying all these different ways to circumvent the law.” He added, "If it’s helpful for the state -- and I have questions about whether it is -- but if it’s helpful for the state, I don’t really have a problem with it" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 7/18).