Online Gambling Bill In New Jersey Approved By Senate Committee

New Jersey lawmakers have been moving quickly on a bill that would make the state the first to regulate online gambling in the US. On Monday, the Senate Budget Committee approved the legislation, paving the way for the bill to move along in the state legislature.

Party Gaming Contests Kentucky Lawsuit

PartyGaming has issued a motion to dismiss the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s lawsuit to recoup monies allegedly lost on the site by state residents over four years ago.
The operator was added to the lawsuit targeting Full Tilt Poker owner Pocket Kings in August, with the lawsuit amended last month to include Isle of Man-based casino supplier [...]

New Jersey Senator Raymond Lesniak Submits Legislation

New Jersey has been exploring new forms of gambling as a way to fill budget gaps. Online casinos have been a major focal point of debate, and Senator Raymond J. Lesniak has introduced legislation…

Spencer Bachus Lashes Out at Sarah Palin and Tea Party

…Bachus is best known for his efforts to implement and enforce a ban on online poker. His support for efforts to use big government to address non-core social issues are obviously not in sync with the priorities of limited government conservatism…

Online Poker Could Be Authorized By New Jersey Senators This YearOnline Poker Could Be Authorized By New Jersey Senators This Year

The senators have already passed two bills that would help the racing industry in the state, and now they may set their sights on a vote on Internet gambling, specifically online poker, before the end of the year.

Election Day May Set Back Online Gambling has learned that Election day 2010 finally arrives on Tuesday, and that is bad news for online gamblers who were hoping that Internet gambling regulations would be passed in Congress. With control of the House likely to change, online gambling regulations may be dead…

Online Poker Site explaining ways to evade detection

Online Poker Site explaining ways to evade detection

Why PokerStars abandoned Washington, and why others will too

Several weeks ago, PokerStars announced that it would block residents of the state of Washington from its real-money games. It was the first time that the world’s largest Internet poker room has blocked U.S. residents from any state.

Federal Online Gaming Bill Passes House Committee

This legislation can be brought to the floor of the House of Representatives at any time for a vote. Should it pass, it moves to the Senate, and passage there takes it to President Obama’s desk for a signature that would make it the law of the land.

Resentment Towards Government Over Internet Gambling

It has been only a few months since the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act went into affect, and already there is resentment towards government growing among millions of online poker players. The resentment stems from a lack of movement on changes to the current Internet gambling laws…

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