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Retrieved November 1, 2006. 60.^ "National Council on Problem Gambling Rolls Out Evaluation Service". latestcasinobonuses.com. 12 August 2014. 61.^ United States General Accounting Office—"Internet Gambling: An Overview of the Issues", December 2002, p. 37, PDF file In the United States, the North Dakota House of Representatives passed a bill in February 2005 to legalize and regulate online online hold'em poker and online poker cardroom operators in the state. The legislation required that online online hold'em poker operations would have to physically locate their entire operations in the state. Testifying before the state Senate Judiciary committee, Nigel Payne, CEO of Sportingbet and owner of Paradise Online Hold'em Poker, pledged to relocate to the state if the bill became law.[13] The measure, however, was defeated by the State Senate in March 2005 after the U.S. Department of Justice sent a letter to North Dakota attorney general Wayne Stenehjem stating that online gaming "may" be illegal, and that the pending legislation "might" violate the federal Wire Act. However, many legal experts dispute the DOJ's claim. Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006

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