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Tag: Gambling legislation

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.

Opinion: Matthew Kredell Analyzes State Versus Federal Online Poker Legislation

Matthew Kredell analyzes state versus federal online poker legislation.

Five Thoughts: Howard Lederer Speaks

Howard Leder has ended his silence, and PokerNews is bringing you an exclusive series titled "The Lederer Files."

Summary Text of Reid-Kyl Internet Gambling Bill Goes Public

A look at the summary text of the Harry Reid and Jon Kyl Internet gambling bill.

Poker Players Alliance Releases Congressional Ratings Guide; Decline in Poker Opponents

According to the current Congressional Ratings Guide from the PPA, there has been a decline of poker opponents on Capitol Hill.

2012 GOP Platform Includes Clause That Seeks to Prohibit Internet Poker

For the fourth consecutive presidential election, Republicans have included a clause seeking to prohibit Internet poker in the GOP platform. On page 32 of the platform, under a section titled "Making the Internet Family-Friendly," the text...

NY Judge Rules Poker is a Game of Skill; Not Illegal Under Illegal Gambling Business Act

According to a New York judge, poker is a game of skill.

Discussion Draft of Internet Gaming Bill Released by Senate Committee on Indian Affairs

What interests does the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs want in an online poker bill?

Could the Indian Tribes Be Preparing Their Own Federal Internet Poker Bill?

Are the Indian tribes drafting their own federal online poker legislation?

The Nightly Turbo: 888 Partners with WMS, Cates Awards WSOP Main Event Seat, and More

Who won Daniel Cates' challenge? Find out in the Nightly Turbo.

Delaware Becomes Second State to Authorize Online Poker

On Wednesday, Delaware became the second state, behind Nevada, to legalize online poker.

Online Poker Opponents Send Letters to Congressional Leaders Asking for Stricter Laws

Opponents of online poker legislation send letters to Congress asking for stricter laws.

Lesniak Says New Jersey Internet Gambling Bill Not Likely to be Voted on Until Fall

New Jersey State Sen. Raymond Lesniak gives his thoughts on the future of the Internet gambling bill.

White House Responds to "We The People" Petition on Online Poker

The White House recently released a response to the "We The People" petition regarding online poker.

Lesniak Concerned NJ Gov. Christie is Wavering Support for Internet Gambling Legislation

New Jersey Sen. Raymond Lesniak discusses Gov. Chris Christie's wavering support on Internet gambling legislation.

The Weekly Turbo: Negreanu on Becoming a Professional, Mizzi's Challenge, and More

Miss any of the top poker news stories this week? Get caught up with the Weekly Turbo.

The Nightly Turbo: Foster Leads ANZPT Perth Day 1b, PocketFives Launches Local Pages & More

Catch up on all the day's poker news in the Nightly Turbo, which includes Josh Foster leading the ANZPT Perth Day 1b, Pocket Fives launching Local Pages and much more.

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