51 Federal Communications Law Journal 449 (1999)
The Internet Gambling Prohibition Act represents the U.S. Senate’s response to the development of a new online industry—Internet gambling. While this ban could arguably reduce the dangers associated with Internet gambling, such as fraud and addiction, it can only do so by exacting a substantial cost on principles of federalism. Rather than enacting this federal prohibition, Congress should instead leave the issue of whether Internet gambling should be legalized to the states.
Kish, Stevie A.
"Betting on the Net: An Analysis of the Government’s Role in Addressing Internet Gambling,"
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