Internet Gaming In New Jersey: First The Garden State, Then The World

State Sen. Ray Lesniak

State Sen. Ray Lesniak

by Colleen O’Dea / NJ Spotlight

Before New Jersey even tested its first online games, a state senator unveiled his proposal to expand the state’s Internet gambling reach across the world.

Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Union) yesterday announced he is introducing a bill that would make New Jersey the first state to license casinos to conduct online wagering restricted to people who live outside the United States in an effort to “make New Jersey the leader in online gambling.” (Read a draft version of the bill.)

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