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Rep. Bacchus' Statement Helps Legalized Online Gambling Movement
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Unread 05-26-2009, 07:37 AM
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Default Rep. Bacchus' Statement Helps Legalized Online Gambling Movement

Rep. Bacchus' Statement Helps Legalized Online Gambling Movement


Representative Spencer Bacchus is one of the top voices when it comes to
opposing legalized Internet gambling, but recent statements he has made may
actually help have online gambling achieve legality in the US.




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This is long overdue but with the new developments in New Jersey I still have high hopes that gambling especially poker will regulated and be played legally in US in due time.
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Sports Handicapping All that is still legal
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It just goes to show you that we tend to get very excited about legalized gambling expanding both online and more legal Las Vegas style sportsbooks throughout the country here in America but it tends to be stagnant. Since 2011 there have been 6 new states that have legalized gambling and over 30 new Casinos and resorts opened.

Since that time not one extra sportsbook with the exception of the Delaware Park NFL Parlay cards. Hell there was even a show about sports betting on CNBC with that Steve Stevens guy and that still didn't motivate America to move forward with legalization of online sports betting despite the Commissioner of the NBA's Adam Silver stating that it is inevitable and that he promotes it. Oh I can only see the amount of ad dollars spent.

Here we are 4 years after this post and little to no progress and sports handicapping or consulting (however you want to spin it) is one of the only things that is still legal to do worldwide in the gambling industry.
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Well I guess the Gambling Industry Association message boards are not as active as they used to be. Love your forum and the great betting and gambling advice that was given out here over the years. I will always be a loyal user for the community to ask questions.
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