Michigan Representative Brandt Iden has reintroduced his Lawful Internet Gaming Act, less than three months after it was vetoed by outgoing Governor Rick Snyder.

Iden’s bill was approved by the both the House and Senate in late December and vetoed by the Governor on December 28th over concerns about its possible impact on the state’s existing iLottery programme and its contributions to the School Aid Fund.

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