Los Angeles Times: An Online Gambling Fix
House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank's (D-Mass.) bill (HR 2267) would create a licensing program for online gambling sites that would permit them to accept wagers from players in the United States. Rather than pretending that Americans aren't gambling online, Frank's bill would bring more protection to players and minors in states that are ready to stop the charade of prohibition.
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The Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative promotes the freedom of individuals to gamble online with the proper safeguards to protect consumers and ensure the integrity of financial transactions.
Additionally, the Initiative is a resource for information about legislation to regulate Internet gambling and provides individuals, organizations and companies an opportunity to engage their elected officials on this issue.