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Governor of Illinois still against online gambling

Illinois gambling fans and casino software developers are still having problems caused by Governor Pat Quinn who is still against the idea that the gambling industry in the state should become legal. In the state of Illinois there can already be found opened land casinos that are not against the regulations, but the Governor just isn’t keen on the idea, saying that it’s still a problematic industry and that the proposal of legalizing the business came too soon, so he can’t just sign the bill.
As CasinoWebScripts reports, a new gambling online solutions package is looking forward to settle down the governor’s concerns, even though he has already sustained his opposition to a set of plans that were designed for opening five new casinos in the state of Illinois. It is well-known that the internet is now a big part of people’s lives, and many Illinois citizens are currently using to web to play online gambling games by accessing illegal online casinos.
Even though Governor Pat Quinn is currently completely against the idea, Senate President John Cullerton believes that online gambling would bring a lot of benefits to the economy of the state, sustaining that Illinois should become a hub for online casinos. The next session when this idea will be discussed is scheduled in May, when maybe the Government will finally be on the gamblers’ side.



BY CASINOWEBSCRIPTS PUBLISHED 27 March 2013

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