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Tag: Gambling 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.

Schleswig-Holstein Awards Three Online Gaming Licenses; Betfair Benefits

Schleswig-Holstein has awarded three online gaming licenses.

The Insiders: 888 CEO Brian Mattingley Talks Online Poker Legislation and More

888 CEO Brian Mattingley discusses online poker legislation in the U.S., signing MMA fighter Georges St-Pierre to represent 888poker, and more.

The Nightly Turbo: Online Poker Opposition, Largest Prize Pool in Minnesota History & More

Get caught up on the latest poker news stories in the Nightly Turbo.

Exclusive: Barney Frank "Not Optimistic" an Online Poker Bill Will Pass in 2012

Will Internet poker legislation be passed in 2012? Barney Frank gives us his opinion in this exclusive interview.

A Year Later: A Small Stakes Player Reflects on Black Friday

Poker pro Pawel Nazarewicz looks back on Black Friday and what the future holds for online poker, legislation, and players in the United States.

Lesniak Expects New Jersey's Internet Poker Bill to Reach Finish Line

Will New Jersey have Internet poker by the fall? Senator Lesniak believes so.

New Jersey Senate Committee Approves Online Gambling Bill

A New Jersey Senate committee passed a bill on Tuesday that would allow online wagering on casino games in the Garden State

Trump Entertainment Resorts and 888 Discuss Online Poker Venture in U.S.

Trump Entertainment Resorts and 888 Holdings are in discussions to offer online poker once a regulated online gambling market is implemented in the U.S.

Fraternal Order of the Police Supports Online Poker Regulation

The Fraternal Order of the Police has written a letter to leadership in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in support of online poker regulation.

Utah Gov Signs Anti-Online Gambling Bill; State Opts Out of Any Internet Poker Regulation

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signs anti-online gambling bill into law, opting the state out of any potential federal Internet poker regulation.

Iowa Senate Approves Online Poker Measure

On Tuesday night, the Iowa Senate approved a measure, by a vote of 29 to 20, which allows for state casinos and racetracks to offer Internet poker.

Mississippi Internet Gaming Bill Dies in Committee

The Mississippi Lawful Internet Gaming Act of 2012 was killed in committee on March 6, ending any hopes of the bill becoming a law.

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