Casino News: New Jersey sportsbetting bill advancement

New Jersey sportsbetting bill advancement

 February 9, 2010, 10:28 am (7 years ago)
New Jersey Senator Ray Lesniak’s legislative proposal to authorize intrastate online gambling actions now authorized in Atlantic City casinos has advanced effectively through board and is going to be the topic of the conference in the state Senate shortly.

If this is going to go through, the new bill is going to widen the variety of online gambling now authorized in New Jersey in terms of federal exemptions for online horseracing. The state now provides wagering on horse races to state residents via 4NJbets.com.

Lesniak has suggested that the latest intrastate Internet gaming be controlled by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission, which would build a Division of Internet Wagering to supervise operations and licensing.
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