Internet Horseracing Wagering gets new Legislation

Congressman Chris Gibson from NYCongressman Chris Gibson (R-New York) has introduced legislation to clarify that online wagering on horse races remains legal in the United States.

 “This legislation will protect the domestic horse racing industry, preserving the foundation of many local communities. In the midst of another successful meet at Saratoga, I am proud to introduce this legislation in the United States House of Representatives,” explained Gibson.

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