Tag: Barney Frank

Five Thoughts: Raymer's Arrest, Volpe's Million, Visser's Victory, and More

Why we shouldn't be chastising Greg Raymer for his arrest, and why Paul Volpe would be stop following the circuit if online poker returned to the United States tomorrow.

2012 Legislative Year in Review

Matthew Kredell takes a look at poker legislation in 2012.

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

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

Opinion: Matthew Kredell Analyzes State Versus Federal Online Poker Legislation

Matthew Kredell analyzes state versus federal online poker legislation.

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.

Will Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Push Federal Online Poker Legislation in 2012?

A look at what Harry Reid's latest comments to GamblingCompliance.com could mean for federal online poker legislation.

Online Poker: What to Look for in 2012

A look at what could be in store for online poker legislation in 2012.

Why Has Co-Sponsorship on Joe Barton's Internet Poker Bill Stalled?

Joe Barton believes his Internet poker bill can get through the House, but why does it have so few co-sponsors?

The Weekly Turbo: Facebook Considers Online Gambling, Barney Frank to Retire, and More

The Weekly Turbo is bringing you the week's top poker news stories including Facebook's plans to offer real-money gambling, Barney Frank's retirement announcement, and more.

Exclusive Interview with Congressman Joe Barton

Joe Barton discusses online poker legislation.

The Nightly Turbo: Maguire Settles Poker Lawsuit, Barney Frank to Retire, and More

Tobey Maguire agreed to an $80,000 settlement in his poker lawsuit case, and Congressman Barney Frank announced his retirement after 16 terms.

Internet Poker Hearings Give Reason for Optimism

A recap of the Internet poker hearings that took place on Capitol Hill on Nov. 17 and Nov. 18, 2011.

The Nightly Turbo: Full Tilt Poker Lawyers Respond, Hendon Mob's New Sponsor, and More

What did Full Tilt Poker's lawyers say about the troubled company?

Five Thoughts: Online Poker and the Super Committee

The Congressional super committee has unprecedented abilities to push legislation, and needs to raise money fast. Will online poker finally be legalized?

Poker Players Alliance D.C. Rally Coverage

Coverage of the Poker Players Alliance rally that was held in D.C. Tuesday, including discussion on a new Internet poker bill that will be introduced soon.

The Nightly Turbo: Bipartisan Online Gambling Bill Introduced, Daniel Negreanu Discusses Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, and More

Another bill has been introduced at the federal level, that aims to legalize online poker. We'll tell you all about that, what Daniel Negreanu thinks about Viktor "Isildur1" Blom, and more.

A Look at the Impact the Veto of the New Jersey Internet Gambling Bill Could Have on Other State and Federal Efforts

New Jersey Governor Christie vetoed the Internet gambling legislation last week. Will it have an effect on on other state and federal efforts? We take a look.

Poker Players Alliance to Have Large Presence at Conservative Political Action Conference

The Conservative Political Action Conference is being held this week and the Poker Players Alliance is set to have a large presence at the event.

Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative Submits Letter to Congressman Issa Regarding Online Poker Legislation

There are still plenty of supporters of legalized online poker, such as the Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative, which recently sent a letter to Congressman Issa regarding the issue.

Online Poker Politics: Looking Forward at 2011

A look at the online poker legislation front on both the federal and state levels for 2011.