Internet Gambling Bill Introduced in House

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Thank heavens! The Federal Government is here to help! Not to be cynical, but I can't remember the last time government involvement with a wagering business had a happy outcome. Sigh. From bloodstock:

Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Barney Frank and California Republican Rep. John Campbell have introduced the Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection and Enforcement Act (H.R. 1174), which would permit Internet wagering with federally-licensed operators. The bill was also sponsored by Colorado Democratic Rep. Ed Perlmutter and New York Republican Rep. Peter King.
The bill was referred to the House Committee on Financial Services.  It is the same as the bill reported out of the Financial Services Committee last August but never considered by the full House.

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