It's good news for commercial casinos nationwide, bad news for Atlantic City. While gambling markets in Las Vegas and New York are bouncing back from the recession, New Jersey's casino revenues remain down.
Online gambling in New Jersey heads for a full state Senate vote after a legislative panel approved a bill to allow bets from other states and even other countries via the internet as long as federal and state authorities agree its legal.
The Assembly Regulatory Oversight and Gaming Committee will host public hearings this year to discuss the pros and cons of bringing casino gaming to the Meadowlands. That word comes to today from Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and Assemblyman Ruben Ramos who chairs the gaming panel.
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