National Gambling Impact Study Commission Final Report – Full

 

The most recent Federal study on gambling was completed in 1999.  Its purpose was “… to conduct a comprehensive legal and factual study of the social and economic implications of gambling in the United States.” – Kay C. James, Chairman of National Gambling Impact Study Commission.  For details of study, click on each link below.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1. Overview

Chapter 2. Gambling in the United States

Chapter 3. Gambling Regulation

Chapter 4. Problem and Pathological Gambling

Chapter 5. Internet Gambling

Chapter 6. Native American Tribal Gambling

Chapter 7. Gambling’s Impact on People and Places

Chapter 8. Future Research Recommendations

Appendices

I. Commissioner Members’ Statements

II. Commission Members

III. Acknowledgements

IV. National Gambling Impact Study Commission Act Public Law 104-169

V. List of References

VI. Sources of Information and Resources on Gambling

VII. Glossary

VIII. Catalog of Gambling Laws, Regulations, and Ordinances

 

Data Sources

National Gambling Impact Study Commission. (1999). National Gambling Impact Study Commission Final Report. Retrieved from http://govinfo.library.unt.edu/ngisc/reports/finrpt.html

 

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