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Old 01-30-2013, 12:04 PM   #46
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It would require a change to state constitutions and some states would potentially lose a lot more than $21 million if they permitted international online gambling.
Then there's another solution. The USA just as to ban ALL online gambling.

What they are not allowed to do is allow online gambling run by US firms, but not by foreign firms. Which is, of course, precisely what they're currently doing. Not to mention arresting and jailing an executive of such a foreign firm.
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