Pros and cons of legalizing Internet gambling in U.S.

The Wall Street Journal recently published a great story outlining the pros and cons of legalizing Internet gambling in the U.S.

Critics say widespread online gambling would encourage higher rates of addiction, bankruptcies and crime. But the article also provides some arguments that question whether prohibitions can even work?

One of the strongest arguments presented in the piece is the staggering number of Americans that already gamble in some form in the United States:


 
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Posted by bizkilla
1 year ago

The NFL would not be where it is today without the gambler
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Posted by jim8165
1 year ago

The hypochricy of the politician who rail against online gambling but happily take in and spend the money from State sponsored Lottery revenue is Galling. In Connecticut we advertise the lottery daily, we get millions from the two Indian Casino with all the associated problem gamblers, traffic, drunk drivers etc etc, but me sitting at home putting a few bucks on sports teams is the end of the world. RUBBISH. The Hammer
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Posted by budwiser
1 year ago

the states need $. $ talks, and $ usually wins, and that's why I'm hoping it gets overturned.
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Posted by bizkilla
1 year ago

"The NFL would not be where it is today without the gambler"