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Web Sports Betting Boom Alarms Lawmakers

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Web Sports Betting Boom Alarms Lawmakers

Web Sports Betting Boom Alarms Lawmakers

Web Sports Betting Boom Alarms Lawmakers

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Internet sports gambling continues to grow rapidly. This year, more than $300 million will be wagered online on the Super Bowl alone. Bettors like the convenience and anonymity of sports gambling Web sites, but some lawmakers want to put the cyber bookies out of business. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.