New Legislation Passed By House To Address Internet Gambling

Online gaming has been the focus of many impending legislation measures. This legislation demonstrates that legislators have become quite concerned with the increasing use of online gambling and its large income generating potential. The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to outlaw payments to Internet casinos in an attempt to disable offshore gambling sites that continue to draw billions of dollars from U.S. customers. This legislation was passed without much contention.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Has any federal statutes been able to successfully prosecute Internet gambling?
What other legislation has been proposed to deal with online gambling?


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