New Jersey lottery tickets could soon be available online, because of a bill passed in December that seems to have legalized online lottery sales appropriate under our very noses.
New Jersey Assemblyman John Burzichelli has made no mention publicly of a online lottery, yet his bill seems to have legalized one.
AB 3094, that has been signed into law a couple of weeks ago, flew entirely under every person’s radar because, mainly because it had been presented as a bill ostensibly allowing Garden State residents to have couriers that are private ticket to their door.
Sponsored by Senator Jim Whelan, (D-Atlantic) and Assemblyman John Burzichelli (D-Gloucester), the bill was promoted as exactly that; a kind of ‘meals on wheels’ for lottery players, delivering seats to those who’re housebound or have difficulty visiting a store.
Burzichelli has noted that many other services, such as meals, water and clothing, are already delivered to ‘make peoples’ lives easier,’ so just why not lottery tickets?
‘This bill is targeted at saving players’ time and broadening an individual base that provides revenue for services that benefit all New Jersey residents,’ he said in a statement 13, on the day of its enactment february.
What the Bill Says
Burzechelli has made no mention at all of legalizing online lotteries, but this will be what his bill really does, although it’s maybe not yet clear whether state authorities intend to Continue reading “Did Nj legalize an Online just Lottery Without Anyone Noticing?”