Republican Senators Want to Outlaw Online Gambling in the US

Republican Senators Want to Outlaw Online Gambling in the US

Online casino-style gaming in the United States could be changing very soon. That is, if two Republican senators running for president have a say in the matter. A legislation has been proposed, which, if approved, would revert the decision made by the Barack Obama administration of legalizing online, casino-style gaming. The United States have always had a bit of a history when it comes to online, casino-style gaming. In fact, this kind of service was prohibited until 2011 when The Justice Department gave the green light to operate in-state online gambling. Furthermore, Internet sports....


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