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New Jersey Online Casino Gambling Bill Stalled


In 2011 New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into a law a bill that would legalize online casino gambling in his state. Yet 3 years later the law is yet to take affect and it is a portent of things to come in the industry as the dinosaur gambling industries try to fight the future.


The horse racing tracks in the state of New Jersey have been adamantly opposed to the New Jersey online casino gambling bill and it should not come as a surprise. The horse racing industry continues to be battered by horrible attendance and a declining fan base that now has many more gaming options than in the glory days of horse racing when it was the only game in town as far as legalized gambling. The industry is hanging on for dear life as it has little appeal to the younger generation that does not want to wait 25 minutes between 2 minute races and needs constant action that only online casinos can deliver. Further the horse racing tracks want to use traditional gambling methods such as slot machines so that fans have something to do between horse races.


The brick and mortar casinos of New Jersey have also taken a beating in part due to the slow economy but also because of better options such as online casinos.


There will certainly be similar battles in the years ahead as the past forms of gambling fight the unstoppable force of online casino gambling. Your portal to all the best online casinos with the biggest bonuses