Casino News: Online Gambling Bill passed from Government Desk

Online Gambling Bill passed from Government Desk

 February 21, 2011, 4:30 am (7 years ago)
The state of New Jersey last year thought of refurbishing their wagering. As Atlantic City is the second major gambling hub of US, and, it has not been doing quiet well. The Governor, Chris Christie projected some significant changes of running the Atlantic City. He put forward and got it approved.

New Jersey is stepping forward to become first for allowing the Unlawful Internet Gaming and the Enforcement Act of 2006 banned online gaming. Both the houses of the state legislative body passed a bill that would permit the certified casinos to proffer online gaming to those inside the state and intra-state online wagering.

The bill was put forward on January 10th and has been on the desk of the governor for sanction.Internet casino gaming would generate jobs and will help to kindle spending.

As we say from political point of view, Governor Christie is a growing luminary of the Conservative Republican Party and is the party, which banned online gaming to start with. Christie has revealed signs of aspiration in the party and passing on with such a bill may affect his status on the public scene.

Of course, other conservative groups have also lobbied him inside his state of not passing on the online gaming bill.
One of New Jersey casino companies has also lobbied Governor Christie. Anyhow, Governor Christie only has Feb. 24th to come to a decision.
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