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American Gaming Association Looks To Legalize Sports Betting Nationwide

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 22 / 16

The American Gaming Association is "pushing to legalize" sports betting nationwide, citing the "billions of dollars bet illegally as an argument" for regulation, according to Jonathan Salant of the Newark STAR-LEDGER. The AGA, whose members include Caesars Entertainment and Borgata owners Boyd Gamin...

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