Internet gaming looks like it has the support to move forward in New Jersey. After Gov. Chris Christie conditionally vetoed the measure to get a couple of minor tweaks, a number of key Democrats in Trenton said on Monday they are committed to moving the bill forward with the changes to get it passed. Senator Jim Whelan said he thought it would bring a nice increase in revenue to Atlantic City casinos and in turn to the state. A vote is expected on Feb. 26 in the Senate and Assembly to accept the changes.