Arizona Senator Determined To Get UIGEA Implemented
May 5, 2022
Republican Senator John Kyl, one of the original craftsmen of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, is stepping up his efforts to keep the UIGEA on track. In a recent story in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Kyl vowed to continue his opposition to recent efforts to change or stymie the UIGEA.

Kyl's opinion on the UIGEA seems entirely unchanged, despite recent comments from members of the US Treasury Department, The Federal Reserve, The American Bankers Association and numerous members of Congress, that the UIGEA in it's current state is vague, badly written, unworkable, and according to U.S Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA), the "stupidest law ever passed."

Despite these arguments and the overwhelming opposition to the UIGEA in its current state, Senator Kyl's recent comments make it clear that he will continue to fight for the UIGEA to be implemented as scheduled and as is.

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