A two-year will-he-or-won't-he saga ended Tuesday as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie finally signed into law a bill to license and regulate online poker in the Garden State.
After making the poker community wait until the final day of his 45-day window to sign or veto bills the previous two times the legislation hit his desk, Christie promptly signed only minutes after the New Jersey state legislature approved the changes made by Christie earlier this month in a conditional veto by a vote of 68-5-1 in the assembly and 35-1 in the senate.
New Jersey becomes the third state to authorize online...
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