New Jersey Lawmakers Open to More Online Casinos
Yeah - it's about time people realized the online gambling space and money is just being sent overseas where we could all benefit from the money and tax revenue here in the US.
New Jersey lawmakers are considering a measure that would allow Garden State residents to make online bets on Atlantic City's casino games. Senate Wagering and Tourism Committee Chairman Jim Whelan says more than 500,000 people in New Jersey already play poker on the Internet.
“This is an attempt to regulate what is already taking place in the state,” says Whelan, “generate some revenues for the state, and do it through the Atlantic City casinos so that hopefully they will be able to have some profit by it.”
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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 4, 2010 8:14 AM