Internet gambling proponents suffered a major setback Tuesday when a federal appeals court refused to strike down a 2006 law in which Congress banned all Internet gambling transactions that would be illegal in the gambler’s state.

In Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association v. Attorney General of the United States, a unanimous three-judge panel of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected arguments that the law should be declared void for vagueness.

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