The business of gambling over the Internet is hitting the jackpot: Some 200 companies around the world operate at least 700 online casinos. Roughly 14.5 million players spent $1.2 billion on virtual gaming last year, and the industry projects revenues of more than $3 billion by the year 2002.

And Congress wants to shut it down.

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