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Michigan: Lawmakers plan to tackle internet gambling in New Year

Thursday, January 4, 2018  
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Michigan:  Lawmakers plan to tackle internet gambling in New Year

Internet gambling would be regulated under bills recently voted out of a state House committee.


The legislation would let casinos and tribal casinos get licenses from a state agency for online gaming. The casinos could then use approved software that does things like determine user age and look for addictive behaviors.


“You get on the internet today, you type in Michigan internet gaming and sites pop up," said state Rep. Brandt Iden, R-Portage. "And we need to make sure we have the proper consumer protections in place to make sure that people are protected. That’s what we’re here to do.”  Click here to read more.


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