Internet gaming in the US: If it were legal, what would be the effects?
A bill to legalize Internet gambling in the US was approved Wednesday by the House Financial Services Committee. A pending bill in another committee would set a tax on anyone in the US who wins money online. Estimates of tax revenues vary as do predictions of increased problem gambling and other social costs.Skip to next paragraph
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Some say online gaming would be a net positive, while others forecast little revenue to offset such possibilities as gambling addiction among youth.
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