Monday, September 1, 2014 11:41 PM (PDT)
NCSL Adopts Anti Federal Online Gambling Ban Policy
The National Council of State Legislators has adopted a policy that is opposed to the introduction of a federal ban on internet gambling in the country. The NCSL told authorities that it would not support any law which undermines the sovereign right of ...
Fantasy football: Legal questions arise as gambling games grow
Contra Costa Times
Traditional leagues at ESPN and elsewhere received their legal clearance from the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act, which was designed mainly to stop internet poker. It included an important "carve out" for fantasy football. Meanwhile ...
Attys Bullish On NJ Internet Gambling Despite Slow Start
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Chris Christie's administration seems to have over-projected his revenue expectations for New Jersey's Internet gambling, payment processing improvements ought to grow the market as new products are surface and the state maintains flexibility to ...
Covina police bust online gambling business
San Gabriel Valley Tribune
COVINA >> Police seized 36 computers at a local business and arrested one person Tuesday as a result of an investigation into illegal online gambling. Investigators served a search warrant at Quick Connect in the 900 block of North Citrus Avenue. The ...
Covina Business Busted For Illegal Online Gambling
Is The GOP Going To Let Sheldon Adelson Buy An Online Gambling Ban?
Senator Lindsay Graham (R-SC) had been silent on Internet gambling right up until he introduced federal legislation to ban it, and the legislation was announced after Adelson dropped $15,000 into Graham's election coffers. Governor Rick Perry (R-TX ...
Utah Republican warns of kids gambling online
Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) is warning against online gambling sites, especially those aimed at children. In a new report from Newsweek, Chaffetz repeated his calls for congressional action to protect children and others from measures to legalize ...
How Washington Opened the Floodgates to Online Poker, Dealing Parents a ...
So far in the U.S., the online gambling phenomenon is still new enough that only a handful of states have had a chance to approve it and roll it out. Nevada and Delaware—two states that have already teamed up over online gambling, sharing users and ...
11 Serious Problems With Newsweek's Online Gambling Tirade
Newsweek Paints Online Gambling as Threat to American Family
Newsweek Cover Attacks Online Poker
NCSL Votes to Support Online Gambling Regulation on State Level
The NCSL would like the government (federal) to respect the 'sovereignty of states' to make the choice of allowing or prohibiting online gambling for citizens within each state. A meeting took place on August 22nd with the National Conference of State ...
People turning to online gambling after internet cafes close
One Bakersfield Craigslist ad offers internet cafe gambling from the comfort of your own home and allow users to collect cash through Western Union. "You can just go to those websites, obtain an ID, log on to the accounts and it opens up a format for ...
PayPal Eyeing US Online Gambling Market
Though some poker websites offer payment options through their physical counterparts, keeping everything digital is still the easier option for most. And now it looks as if PayPal is finally setting its sights on entering the US online gambling market ...
Newsweek Feature Claims Online Gambling Is a Threat to American Family
Editorial: Newsweek Should Have Stayed Dead
Will Paypal Re-Enter the Regulated iGaming Market in the US?
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