Gambling News 19th July, 2014

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FIREWORKS AT ONLINE GAMBLING CONFERENCE

19th July, 2014 at 05:22:45
CSIG spokesman questioned on tendency to flip-flop.

Former San Francisco mayor and spokesman for Sheldon Adelson's Coaltion to Stop Internet Gambling, Willie Brown certainly caught the attention of delegates at the GIGSE conference in San Francisco this week, despite rolling out arguments that online gambling is addictive, dangerous, vulnerable to money laundering and presents underage gambling problems.

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CALIFORNIA REGULATOR AGAIN CALLS FOR REGULATORY HARMONY

19th July, 2014 at 05:22:45
California Gambling Control Commission's Richard Schuetz says now is the time.

Richard Schuetz, head of the California Gambling Control Commission, has repeated his call for regulatory harmony in United States internet gambling, bemoaning the apparent inability of Congress to agree on a federal solution and describing "multitudinous" regulatory entities for a sector that is both national and international as an outdated concept.

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