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US Casinos & Gambling in the USAAs you may already know, since the 2008 Safe Ports Act made it illegal for banking institutions to process transactions between U.S residents and offshore gambling operators, the US authorities have clamped down on the industry until such a time as they can work out a way to take a cut via taxation.
In 2012, several States passed laws regulating and legalising certain forms of gambling at a State level with Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada leading the way. The upshot of all this is that residents in those and several other States are able to gamble online at operators who have been granted licences within those States.
Not many States have laws making online gambling illegal, but a few do. Utah for example has outwardly stated that it does not intend to legalise online gambling. Although there are still a few decent US facing online casinos, US residents should be aware of their local State laws and of the difficulties that can be experienced depositing and cashing out, before placing wagers online.