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What will happen in light of the new transaction limitations placed on online gambling now that the law has been signed? Keep up to date with World Casino Directory.
Online casinos still accepting U.S. players [provided for informational use only]. These online casinos claim to still accept U.S. players:
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and yet in other areas online gambling is completely legal and regulated.
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Latest news on the U.S. based legislation on online gambling transactions and payment processing for sites that take real money bets:
Friday Aug 22nd, 2014
August 22nd, 2014
Pinball wizards in Oakland can rejoice, because they can now play the silver ball without worrying about being thrown in the slammer. Last month, the Oakland City Council amended the city's 80-year-old ordinance outlawing pinball. In truth, there was little threat of being prosecuted for breaking the outdated and little-known law that dates to anti-gambling ordinances put in place in the 1930s ...
August 4th, 2014
Atlantic City is known for its boardwalk, its beaches, and of course its casinos. New Jersey recently expanded gambling. It's no longer just in a building but on your computer and your smart phone. You can play online almost any game you can play in a casino.
August 22nd, 2014
Pinball wizards in Oakland can rejoice, because they can now play the silver ball without worrying about being thrown in the slammer.
August 12th, 2014
The Supreme Court calls a temporary truce in inter-state skirmishes
July 28th, 2014
A Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. advisory warning banks to be vigilant about processing payments for fraudulent merchants has been revised after an outcry by Republican lawmakers that it targeted legitimate businesses.