New Step for Nevada: Commission Approves Online Gambling Regulations

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On Dec. 22, 2011, the Nevada Gaming Commission unanimously approved regulations drafted by the Nevada Gaming Control Board that could make Nevada the first state to provide online gambling within its borders.

Earlier this year the Nevada state legislature passed legislation allowing for intrastate online gaming. In June, Governor Brian Sandoval, a former Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman, signed the legislation into law. Earlier this year, Washington, D.C., became the first U.S. jurisdiction to pass a law allowing online gambling played within its geographic limits, but the law has still not been implemented. Several other states have debated or introduced bills that would legalize online gambling within its borders.

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