2/11/2013

Casino executives and some lawmakers in New Jersey have expressed optimism on the passage of a revised Internet gambling bill after Gov. Chris Christie conditionally vetoed legislation last week that would allow online gambling in the state. "We are confident that with the governor's recommended changes and New Jersey's longstanding commitment to the highest standards of integrity, this legislation will expand the ways in which customers can interact with us," Caesars Entertainment executive vice president Jan Jones said.

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