Saipan Businesses Propose To Restrict Poker
Source: Staff writer
06th of July 2013
Struggling against poker becomes more and more popular. Recently business leaders in Saipan, New Jersey, plan to push an initiative that will clean out all local poker establishments in villages and move them to the main Saipan highways.
The bill must collect at least 2,500 signatures to submit initiative petition. At the moment, about 1,500 people affixed their signatures. The president of the Chamber of Commerce, which proposed the petition, plans to collect the necessary quantity to the deadline of submission. The bill will limit gaming only in several places and affect the design and signage of the playrooms.