Lawmakers in New Jersey have introduced legislation to prevent the state lottery from continuing to offer the recently launched Quick Draw game in its current form.

Sponsored by assemblymen Vincent Mazzeo, R. Bruce Land, Bob Andrzejczak and Ralph Caputo, the bill seeks to amend and supplement section 7 of P.L.1970, c.13, to prevent the New Jersey Lottery from offering any game which involves the drawing or selection of winning numbers on more than two occasions on any calendar day.

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