Minnesota to block online gambling sites?
jbates at brightok.net
Mon May 4 13:29:45 CDT 2009
Jeremy McDermond wrote:
> manner that Minnesota seeks. In this case the First Amendment may be
> applicable because this seems to be a prior restraint on speech.
> Additionally, it is content based because it seeks to restrict speech
> due to its transmission or reception of gambling information. This
Well, one does have to wonder if first applies, as there is perfectly
legal information on some of those sites(ie, reading about strategy is
not illegal). I believe some of those listed also had support for
freeplay, which is not illegal (and probably why gambling sites like to
combine the two).
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