New Jersey legislators are planning on taking another swing at legalizing sports betting in the state following a series of court rulings that have blocked their efforts.

Two assemblymen introduced a bill, A4303, on Oct. 27 that would repeal any laws or regulations prohibiting betting on professional, collegiate or amateur sports. The bill has been assigned to the Assembly Committee on Tourism, Gaming and the Arts. Its sponsors are Assemblyman Ralph Caputo, D-Essex, the chairman of the committee, and Assemblyman John Burzichelli, who also is a member of the committee.

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