The New Jersey Legislature passed legislation legalizing fixed odds betting on horse racing. According to the document, betting operators officially licensed in the state will be able to deal with such bets. The fees generated by the State from these activities will be used to treat and prevent gambling in New Jersey. New Jersey state legislators provide for the following restrictions: a player whose data is entered in the state’s self-excluded gambler registry will not be able to receive winnings if he made a bet with fixed odds; an operator who allows a self-excluded to make such a bet can be fined $5,000 and lose their license. My Lucky Story wrote that new gambling legislation was introduced in Norway, according to which the monopoly of state operators on gambling is enshrined. And in Puerto Rico, it was reported that the authorities are finalizing a draft law to determine targeted deductions from betting activities. Recall that the Ohio Senate passed a bill to legalize sports betting in the state.