By David Madden

TRENTON, N.J. (CBS) — New Jersey legislators have once again approved a plan to allow for online gambling within the state.  And this time, proponents expect Governor Chris Christie to approve it.

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That’s because the measure addresses the latest concerns voiced by the governor in his most recent conditional veto three weeks ago (see related story).

The legislation now includes a ten-year trial period, as well as higher taxes on the revenues that casinos would take in.

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“You get the benefit of being one of the first states in the country to have Internet (gambling),” said state senate sponsor Jim Whelan, ” (and) hopefully become the Internet hub.”

Nevada and Delaware have already approved online gambling.

New Jersey’s plan could take up to a year to get going, assuming Gov. Christie goes along.   Servers would be based at the casinos, and play restricted to people within the state.

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