New Jersey Self-Exclusion Process Simplified

A new bill was passed in New Jersey which makes it much simpler for gamblers to self-exclude themselves from land based and online gambling venues by eliminating the requirement for them to admit to problem gambling.

"This is simply another option for those who want to exclude themselves from New Jersey's gaming facilities, but don't want to concede a problem on an official document they fear may come back to haunt them down the road," said Assemblyman Troy Singleton.

"Gambling addiction is a disease, and if this can help some people overcome their problem, it's a step in the right direction."

The bill is now headed for the state Senate.

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