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Podcast: Will Congress the Dice to Prohibit Internet Gambling?

Timothy Lee, CFIF's Senior Vice President for Legal and Public Affairs, discusses the 1951 federal Wire Act, internet sports betting and the history of state regulation of gambling across the country.

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April 21, 2017 • 01:23 pm

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Questions of the Week
Week of October 27th 2016
Who is the only sitting Member of the U.S. House of Representatives to date to have been elected President?
John F. Kennedy
James A. Garfield
Richard M. Nixon
William Henry Harrison
Week of October 19th 2016
How many viewers watched the first-ever televised presidential debate?
10 million
35 million
70 million
100 million
Week of October 12th 2016
Absentee voting was first used in the U.S. during which of the following periods?
Pre-Revolutionary War
Revolutionary War
Civil War
World War I
Week of October 5th 2016
What do John Adams, George H.W. Bush, Thomas Jefferson and Martin Van Buren all have in common?
They all served 2 terms as President
They all acted as “Interim” President
All four were born in New England with English family histories
All four were elected President directly after serving as Vice President
Week of September 28th 2016
The first session of the U.S. Supreme Court was held on February 1, 1790, in which one of the following cities?
Boston
New York City
Philadelphia
Washington, D.C.
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Which one of the following decades saw the origin of individual income taxes in the U.S.?
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Quote of the Day   
 
"House Republicans are reportedly ready to return any day now to health-insurance reform after the spectacular failure in late March of the American Health Care Act, the resoundingly unpopular bill to 'replace' the long-unpopular and misnamed Affordable Care Act. This time, they need to deliver: After seven years of promises to repeal Obamacare root and branch, the party can't go back to the voters…[more]
 
 
—Dan McLaughlin, Esq., National Review OnLine Contributing Columnist
— Dan McLaughlin, Esq., National Review OnLine Contributing Columnist
 
Liberty Poll   

In light of current international threat levels, do you believe Congress will sufficiently fund the U.S. military to begin replenishing necessary major equipment shortages?