A NJ Senate panel advanced a bill today that would let gamblers sign up for a list that would prevent them from gambling.

New Jersey keeps a list of self-admitted gamblers that have a problem and who essentially bar themselves from gambling by putting their name on it.

The new legislation would allow gamblers who may or may nor realize they have a problem, to sign up anonymously.

But Jim wonders, is a bill such as this really worth it? If they're putting their name on a list to ban them from competitive gaming, aren't they admitting they have a problem by doing so? The NJ casinos would be aware that you are banned from gaming, so how anonymous would it be really?

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