New Jersey lawmakers introduce bill outlawing sports organizations that operate with money from sovereign wealth funds


BEDMINSTER, N.J. — Two New Jersey lawmakers want to prevent events like the LIV Golf tournament from happening in the state again.

State senators Andrew Zwicker and Richard Codey have introduced a bill that would outlaw sports organizations that operate primarily with money from sovereign wealth funds.

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The LIV tournament that played at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster in July was backed by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund.

CBS2 asked the LIV tournament for comment and are waiting on a response.

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