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Nevada Gaming Commission Seeking Comment on Interstate Agreements

The NGC has filed a Request for Comment from all licensees and interested persons on “regulations concerning interstate agreements for interactive gaming.”

Texas Legislation Addresses Both Live and Online Poker

Add Texas to the list of states considering online poker thanks to State of Texas Ballot Measure SJR No. 43. Learn more on Texas' poker situation here.

New Jersey Likely to Influence Other States to Legalize Online Poker

New Jersey is the third state to approve online poker, but it's likely to have a greater impact on the rest of the country than its predecessors.

American Gaming Association's Frank Fahrenkopf Comments On Federal Online Poker Bill

Frank Fahrenkopf, president and CEO of the American Gaming Association, comments on federal online poker bill.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie Conditionally Vetoes Online Gambling Bill

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie conditionally vetoed the state online poker bill on Thursday, and will pass the bill in March.

Poker Players Alliance Pessimistic About New Jersey Internet Gambling Bill

After meeting with representative to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, the Poker Players Alliance is worried that Christie will veto the Internet gambling bill.

Lesniak: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is "Clueless" About Online Gambling

In an interview with PokerNews' Matthew Kredell, New Jersey Sen. Ray Lesniak said Gov. Chris Christie is "clueless" about online gambling.

State Sen. Lesniak Says PokerStars-Atlantic Club Deal Is Good for New Jersey

New Jersey State Sen. Raymond Lesniak doesn't think that Rational Group, the parent company of PokerStars, should have any trouble gaining the state's approval for its purchase the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel.

Online Poker Lobbyists Will Shift Focus from Federal to State-by-State Platform in 2013

PokerNews' Matthew Kredell expects the U.S. online poker lobby to shift its focus from a federal to state-by-state platform in 2013.

2012 Legislative Year in Review

Matthew Kredell takes a look at poker legislation in 2012.

PokerStars Granted License From The German State Of Schleswig-Holstein

PokerStars has been granted a license from the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, making it one of the first regulated online poker operators in Germany.

New Jersey Senate Passes Internet Gambling Bill With a 33-3 Vote

On Thursday, the New Jersey Senate passed its internet gambling bill with a 33-3 vote.

New Jersey's Online Gambling Bill Passed by State Assembly

New Jersey's Internet gambling bill passed through the state assembly and could be signed into law by the end of the year.

Report: Efforts to Pass U.S. Federal Online Poker Bill in 2012 Expire

Federal efforts to pass Internet poker legislation during the 2012 lame-duck session of Congress have expired.

Online Poker Bill Looking To Hitch a Ride During Final Weeks of Lame-Duck Session

The online poker bill is looking to hitch a ride during the final weeks of the lame-duck session.

New Jersey Looking To Pass Bill Before Year End

New Jersey looking to pass bill before year end, and Matthew Kredell spoke with NJ state senator Raymond Lesniak about internet gambling legislation moving in the state again.

What are Online Poker's Chances During the Congressional Lame-Duck Session?

Does online poker have a chance during Congress' lame-duck session?

Five Thoughts: The Shot-Clock Debate, Lisa Simpson Plays Online Poker, and More

Why tournament poker needs a shot clock, and a breakdown of The Simpsons' online poker episode.

Presidential Election Could Largely Influence Internet Poker Legislation in U.S.

The prospects for legislation to license and regulate Internet poker passing by the end of the year may be determined by the Presidential election in the U.S.

Poker Players Alliance Prepping Letter Detailing Concerns for Reid-Kyl Online Poker Bill

Poker Players Alliance prepping letter for Reid-Kyl online poker bill.