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By The Associated Press
Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, 8:06 p.m.
 

PHILADELPHIA — Pennsylvania lawmakers might want to see how New Jersey and Delaware fare with their new Internet gambling operations before they seriously consider legalizing it here, Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Chairman Bill Ryan said on Tuesday.

Those states, along with Nevada, are the first three in the nation to provide real-money online gambling.

Delaware is expected to go live next week, and New Jersey is targeting the end of November.

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