Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative

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The Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative promotes an individual's freedom to gamble online in the interest of creating safeguards to protect consumers and ensure financial transactions are legal and safe.[1]

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The initiative was founded by a coalition of members who support efforts to legalize internet gambling, which would allow for it to be properly regulated. Such bills have been proposed in the House by Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) and Rep. Jim McDermott[2] (D-WA). Since it was started in 2007, more than 1,200 people have registered their support for the initiative to legalize and regulate online gambling.

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