Governors Warn U.S. Attorney General Against Banning Internet Gaming

The nation’s governors are telling U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to stay out of internet gaming and leave online regulation to the states, not the federal government.

“The nation’s governors are concerned with legislative or administrative actions that would ban internet gaming and internet lottery sales,” the National Governors Association (NGA) said in a letter dated April 3 to Sessions.

Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia, the NGA chairman; and Republican Governor Brian Sandoval of Nevada, the NGA vice chairman; signed the letter

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