Tuesday December 17,2013 : A CHANCE FOR U.S. PLAYERS TO COMMENT ON INTERNET GAMBLING (Update)
The National Council of Legislators for Gaming States (NCLGS) invites public input.
Following up on its decision to draft a framework for regulated online gambling that will be of assistance to US states seeking to open their markets , the National Council of Legislators for Gaming States (NCLGS) has invited comments from the public to assist in the process.
The Council is collaborating with the University of Las Vegas International Gaming Institute on the project, which it hopes to bring to fruition next year.
The initiative is well-timed, with the Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey online gambling markets already legalised and several other states reputed to be actively considering possibilities.
The Council does not have a position either for or against the concept of legalised online gambling, but has recognised that it is a very real factor in the US gambling industry, and that there is a need for appropriate and effective regulation should individual states decide to take the regulatory and licensing route.
The public invitation is well and professionally presented with guidelines on the link below, and the window for comments closes on January 31st 2014.