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Old 07-03-2014, 07:15 PM   #73
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Originally Posted by onefast99
It's a play on words, to keep the feds happy there will be no licensing requirement, but if you don't own a casino or run a racetrack you aren't getting sports wagering. All of those who currently fit this description are licensed by the Racing Commission or the NJ Casino Control Commission, so to make you happy a separate license isn't required but if you think for one second the state isn't going to monitor the amount of monies or activities of this form or gaming you don't know NJ!
Its clearly stated in the third court of appeals opinion that's it a hard choice for the state
Unregulated sports wagering or keep the ban that is now in place.

The law that is in front of the governor does one thing and one thing only. Let's racetracks and casinos accept sports betting without law enforcement stepping in. It cannot regulate
Sports betting in any way shape or form. There can be no oversight by the state whatsoever,
They can pull the license to operate the racetrack or casino but that's it.

It up to the racetracks and casinos to walk that fine line.

Btw I have lived in jersey all my life :-)

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