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Online Gambling Bill to be Introduced This Week

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Jan/11/2010
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Gambling911.com has learned that a new online gambling bill will be introduced in the coming days, paving the way for legalized online gambling for US citizens. 

The act will seek to permit wagering at casinos in-person and through both telephone and Internet wagering on sporting events, poker and casino games.

A "commission" will be set up to approve operators, some of which have already submitted applications. 

Please follow Gambling911.com on Twitter and Facebook.com for future developments as they become available. 

An official announcement was expected by Tuesday.

Gambling911.com Staff        

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