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Advertising Laws
In June 1999, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the advertising restriction on the commercial casino industry in its decision in the case Greater New Orleans Broadcast Association v. United States. Until then, the Communications Act of 1934 had prohibited all television ads that showed gambling activity by commercial casinos.


Cash Transactions Laws
All businesses handling large amounts of cash are subject to federal regulations that monitor transactions to prevent customers or business partners from engaging in illegal activity, such as money laundering. Financial services institutions, such as banks, credit unions and securities firms, all fall under these rules.


Cash Machines Laws
Automated teller machines (ATMs) and other cash access devices are located in casinos just as they are in many other lodging, retail or entertainment establishments. These cash access services allow customers to safely access their own cash and credit for a variety of purposes, including, but not limited to, gaming.


Online Gambling Laws
Internet gambling operated by offshore, unregulated companies has seen explosive growth since the introduction of the World Wide Web in 1995, a fact that has led Congress to take up the issue and consider legislation to ban such gambling in order to protect the right of each state to regulate gambling within its borders.





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