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Internet Gambling & the Presidential Race (I Nelson Rose)

Discussion in 'Casino Industry Discussion' started by Mousey, May 3, 2008.

    May 3, 2008
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    2 May 2008

    By I. Nelson Rose

    For far more than 200 years, the federal government has let the states decide what their public policy toward gambling will be. Neighboring states, like Utah and Nevada, can adopt prohibition or casinos, and the federal government's role has been to either step aside or, if asked, to help a state enforce its laws.

    That relationship changed on October 13, 2006, when Pres. George W. Bush signed the SAFE Port Act. As part of a futile presidential bid, Bill Frist (R.-TN.), then Majority Leader of the U.S. Senate, had tacked on the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act.

    The impact of the UIGEA is well known. Now ....
     
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