Internet poker, that is. That's what the state of South North Dakota is considering, to gin up a little tax revenue. Meanwhile, Illinois and Georgia are chewing on bills that would legalize the online sales of state lottery tickets. Says USA Today:
Those are the latest assault on the federal Wire Act of 1961, which bans use of telephones to place sports bets. U.S. lawmakers have struggled for a decade to update the law, hoping to restrain the fast-growing, $10 billion-a-year Internet gambling industry.
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