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Volume: 16 Issue: 2
(February 2017)

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pennsylvania latest efforts legalise i-gaming keystone state although three us states currently able offer regulated i-gaming attempts legalise forms online

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Pennsylvania: latest efforts to legalise i-gaming in the Keystone State

Although only three US states are currently able to offer regulated i-gaming, there have been attempts to legalise forms of online gambling in a number of other states over the past few years. One such state is Pennsylvania, where an expansion of gambling is anticipated in the state budget but has yet to materialise. A number of bills have been introduced in Pennsylvania’s current legislative session in regard to legalised i-gaming; here, Anthony R. Holtzman, Partner at K&L Gates, reviews one such bill announced by Democrat Jay Costa, the Minority Leader of the Pennsylvania Senate, at the start of this year.

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