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POWDERED ALCOHOL

Thirty-nine states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico have introduced legislation regarding powdered alcohol in 2015. Alaska, Louisiana, South Carolina, Utah, Vermont and Virginia have enacted bans on selling powdered alcohol, while Colorado, Delaware, Michigan and New Mexico enacted legislation that includes powdered alcohol in their statutory definitions of alcohol and regulate the product under their existing alcohol statutes.

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EMERGENCE OF BITCOIN LEGISBRIEF

LegisBrief Graphic Of the many options available for Internet transactions, Bitcoin is the most popular of available cryptocurrencies. However, Bitcoins are not insured by any entity, and are vulnerable to loss and theft by hackers. State and federal officials are seeking solutions to Bitcoin taxability and regulation.

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INTERNET GAMBLING

Delaware, Nevada, New Jersey and the U.S. Virgin Islands allow online casino gambling. Review the 2015 state legislation here.

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OVERVIEW | COMMERCE

NCSL collects information on the state role in interstate commerce including the regulation of alcohol, economic development, gambling and lotteries, job creation and trade.

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