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By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Topic - Istvan Schreiber
Mr. Schreiber said the association is considering filing class-action lawsuits in European courts against the ban.
Istvan Schreiber, president of the Hungarian Gaming Association, said the industry has been blindsided by the government's change of heart, especially because a law passed in 2011 allowed for new, server-based slot machines due to be introduced early next year.