Top 10 US states likely to pass iGaming legislation in 2017

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Top 10 US states likely to pass iGaming legislation in 2017 Casino City Times (press release)

Though the New York Senate’s budget proposal included online poker, the Assembly’s did not, and there continue to be concerns over the status of poker as a game of skill .

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