D.C. Council member preps last-minute bid to save iGaming

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Mr. Brown argued the District is squandering its chance to be at the forefront of the market share in online gambling. Casino interests, he said, are hoping the federal government issues nationwide regulations for Internet gambling through legislation in Congress, ostensibly robbing local governments of gambling-related revenue.

“If we’re not on the right side of the timing of that,” he said, “we can’t be grandfathered in.

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