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Main Bill Information
2018-2019 Legislative Session
Total records: 69
Page 1 of 4

Assembly Tourism, Gaming and the Arts
A261 Permits municipality to use proceeds of beach access fees for areas near beach facilities that are significantly affected by beach tourism; requires municipality to provide explanation of expenditures on website.
A548 Removes seven-day limitation for continued operation of casinos and racetracks in event that a state of emergency is declared.
A549 Limits State Lottery drawings to two per day per game.
A700 Dedicates up to $400,000 annually of fees collected at Island Beach and Liberty State Parks to special funds to be used to support certain park programs, and makes appropriations from the funds.
A704 Establishes NJ Business and the Arts Commission to promote art Statewide.
A711 Requires Division of Travel and Tourism to develop and promote NJ Heritage Weekend.
A756 Permits State Lottery Commission to authorize video lottery terminals at Meadowlands horse racetrack, subject to voter approval.
A757 Permits State Lottery Commission to authorize video lottery terminals at Meadowlands racetrack, upon voter approval; dedicates 1/3 net proceeds to General Fund, 1/3 to State education aid, and 1/3 to horse racing industry.
A761 Limits political contributions by hedge funds and private equity funds that invest in casinos or in which State funds are invested.
A767 Requires casino licensee to apply every five years for casino license renewal.
A768 Requires each casino licensee conducting Internet gaming in this State to prominently advertise name of its Atlantic City casino on its Internet gaming websites and advertisements.
A773 Allows horse racetracks to be available for placing wagers at casinos in Atlantic City using Internet.
A774 Removes and repeals all prohibitions, permits, licenses, and authorizations concerning wagers on professional, collegiate, or amateur sport contests or athletic events.
A775 Permits persons at horse racetracks and off-track wagering facilities to place wagers on previously-recorded live horse races.
A825 Reduces State hotel and motel occupancy fee from five to two percent starting FY2011; preserves dedication.
A902 Provides that Secretary of State, as leader of tourism and economic development, will have authority to designate and prepare special commemorative day, week, month, or year for the State.
A967 Allows CRDA to finance certain highway projects outside of Atlantic City Tourism District.
A989 Makes various changes to law governing raffles; requires Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission to create online reporting system and develop single license for conducting multiple games.
A1075 Permits educational organizations to conduct bingo games with prizes for participating students under certain circumstances.
A1499 Establishes Student Loan Lottery with winnings applying only to outstanding student loans.




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