Casino News: Options for the Governor in the Gambling Bill for New Jersey

Options for the Governor in the Gambling Bill for New Jersey

 January 13, 2011, 6:44 am (6 years ago)
Vin Narayanan, Online gaming industry expert has in an incisive study, explained the prospective options that are before the New Jersey Governor in association with the new online gambling bill that has been approved by the state Assembly and the Senate.

He stated that it is likely that the Federal politics could interfere in between and create hurdles or even put an end to this historic approach.

To approve and sign the bill into law is the first option before the Republican Governor, Christie. And everyone from the gambling industry expects that he will do the same. The Bill is to be passed back to the New Jersey Legislature. If the legislators wish to overturn the decision of the Governor then they will require to pass a bill in both, Senate and the Assembly. However, this time a simple majority will do them no good. They will require a two-thirds majority.

Raymond Lesniak, the Democrat state senator had sponsored the bill. Either in the Senate or in the Assembly the Democrats do not have command over the two-thirds majority.

They require the support of the Republicans, which they received the first time for the approval of the bill. However based on the experiences it is anticipated the many of the Republican legislators who had previously voted in the favor of the bill will not vote for it if Governor rejects the bill.
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