News & Analysis

Two U.S. States Differ On Gambling But Governors Find Common Ground

Utah and New Jersey are like night and day when it comes to casinos and sports betting, but the governors of both states were on the same page in advocating responsible gaming during the annual winter meeting of the National Governors Association in Washington, D.C.

Utah Looks To Crack Down On Sweepstakes Machines

An anti-gambling bill is set to be taken up in the Senate after the House overwhelmingly passed the measure to eliminate electronic sweepstakes machines found in convenience stores and gas stations throughout Utah.

Research & Reports

HR 2267 - Frank Bill Amendments

Domestic interests – including state lotteries and Indian tribes – were strengthened by amendments added to Rep. Barney Frank's bill to regulate online gambling in the United States, which was approved by the House Financial Services committee this week.

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