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    In this week's State of the Union, in partnership with Segev LLP, we find Rhode Island poised to legalise online wagering and West Virginia set to legalise online gaming, with bills in both states awaiting approval from their respective Governors. Elsewhere, Michigan Representative Brandt Iden has resumed efforts to legalise online betting and gaming in the state, new bills have been filed in Connecticut and Kansas, and the AGA is urging states to innovate when they regulate.

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    In the second part of iGaming Business' deep dive into the revised Wire Act opinion, ICE Sports Betting USA speakers stress the need for clarity from the Department of Justice as they look to work out the best way to interpret the ruling.

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    The Department of Justice’s decision to revise its interpretation of the Wire Act could have a major impact on the nascent US iGaming industry. Or, as some suggest, its impact could be felt in gaming verticals that are well-established and generating money for operators and states alike. A selection of speakers from ICE Sports Betting USA discuss the DoJ’s about-turn.

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    Michigan, New York and Washington DC headline this month’s roundup, with the latter becoming the seventh US jurisdiction to legalise sports betting

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    Mississippi Gaming Commission executive director Allen Godfrey shares his impressions on the first few months of legal wagering

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    Tribal chairman and interim CEO of Foxwoods Resort Casino on the US wagering and igaming landscape post PASPA

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    Segev LLP tracks the fast-moving regulatory scene in the US since PASPA’s repeal

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    Segev LLP tracks the fast-moving regulatory scene in the US since PASPA’s repeal

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    The Supreme Court is about to hear New Jersey’s case for sports betting, and every state needs to plan now for either verdict, writes Chris Soriano of Duane Morris LLP