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Casinos go all in on online gambling
Casinos go all in on online gambling

AIR DATE: September 26, 2011

The American Gaming Association has decided to put its chips on online poker. While the issues have been around for a number of years, the peak gaming lobby has stayed on the sidelines. Now, the group will lobby for stronger regulation to ensure that what the AGA calls "the Wild West" is cleaned up and made safe for Internet gamblers.
Frank Fahrenkopf, Pres and CEO, American Gaming Association


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