New Legislation Could See Huge Improvments Made to Online Betting
We're all aware of the significant restrictions we face regarding online gambling laws currently in place in the U.S...But things might be looking up!
As of right now, betting sites are prohibited but sites like CSGOBook who offer CSGO gambling markets for skins are legal. However, players on the lookout for other styles of online betting, who reside in the United States are confined to playing in Vegas and Atlantic City casinos.
This might all be about to change, as rumors suggest the government might be looking to implement new legislation, enabling players bet from their computers.
Posted 01-12-2009 5:09 PM EDT
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Posted 10-03-2019 11:03 AM EDT
Secrecy Covered on Citizen Vox
Public Citizen will continue to shine a spotlight on any government attempts to keep secrets from the American people and will cover open government issues on its Citizen Vox blog. Check it out here!
Posted 01-22-2009 10:25 AM EDT
Secretive ‘Til the End
The lame-duck Bush administration is in its waning days, but its fondness for keeping secrets is as strong as ever …
On Jan. 9, Judge Royce C. Lamberth of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia rejected the administration’s push to keep identities of White House visitors secret, according to The Associated Press.
The judge also said the government illegally disposed of Secret Service computer records.
The ruling was the latest step in a years-long battle for access to the visitors’ logs. Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a watchdog group, requested the records in 2006.
Posted 01-12-2009 5:06 PM EDT
The Presidential E-mail Caper – This Time, the Good Guys Win!
Bush Secrecy: The Next Chapter?
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