New Jersey Senators Now Opposing Online Gambling Ban

The opposition builds in the US against Sheldon Adelson's campaign to ban online gambling and the Chaffetz and Graham bills currently in Congress and most recently there are two New Jersey senators that plan to fight the issue.

Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker say a ban puts players in a position where it won’t be regulated causing risk.

"Blanket prohibition of internet gaming will empower black market operators at the expense of responsible states like New Jersey, which have invested in creating a secure internet gaming structure," Menendez said.
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    I have been reading these articles for a long time now and I think Sheldon Adelson has a lot of hot air to expel on this subject. Just let him get it out of his system. If you look back at any other law that has been passed in the US, there is always someone like him in the middle of it, but at the end it will come down to what the people want. They want online gambling.
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    It's no so good for us players I see , some time ago the run a bill about online poker and succesfuly voted over it , due that they cannot play online with most of the sites, sad that man cannot choose himself where to play with his own money : (

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