MGM Supports Online Gambling Initiative

MGM Resorts, the casino and hotel corporation with operations within and abroad the United States, has announced that it is now supporting a federal online gambling law in the US.

According to the Politico.com website, the Coalition for Consumer and Online Protection will initiate a marketing campaign to last three weeks and which will cost a quarter of a million Dollars. The campaign will run online and on printed media.

The focus of the campaign will be Washington DC and Nevada and the message will be staunchly against the position taken by Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn who have their own group called Coallition to Stop Internet Gambling.

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