A Utah bill that would see internet providers blocking online gambling sites had its voting process delayed until the financial impact of the bill could be better understood. Bill HB108 carries with it a stern message: no internet gambling whatsoever. The state has already outlawed all gambling in its Constitution, but the issue demands a solution in the face of a government resolution that would allow nationwide online gambling. According to the details of the resolution, those states not wanting online gambling must expressly opt out. If they do not, they risk the entry of Indian casinos, as the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act would automatically take effect if no opt-out has been declared. The House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee has been urged by Utah government to pass the bill.