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The Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection and Enforcement Act (H.R. 1174), introduced by Rep. John Campbell, requires that in order for an operator to qualify for a license, the applicant must demonstrate they have established and can maintain the following requirements, at minimum:
Applicants wanting to offer Internet gambling services in the U.S. would be required to obtain a federal license from the Secretary of the Treasury. Before an application for a license is approved, the applicant would be required to:
Applicants convicted of a criminal violation involving gambling, money laundering, fraud or any other financial laws would not be eligible for an Internet gambling license.
Proposed legislation to regulate Internet gambling also addresses the following issues: