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Flex along N.J. borders seen as boost to online gambling
New Jersey Internet gambling regulators have eased the parameters used to determine that an online gambler is actually in the state, Brian Mattingley, chief executive of 888 Holdings P.L.C., said Friday. "By allowing us a little bit more flexibility ...
Wall Street Journal
Christie overplayed hand on NJ internet gambling
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie's administration admitted Tuesday it had overplayed its hand on online gambling, drastically overestimating the amount the state would bring in during the first year. Christie had proposed a spending plan last year that ...
New Jersey online gambling revenue falls well short of projections
Kern County Internet gambling cafes ruled illegal
"I would like to commend the District Attorney's office and everyone who has been fighting in the courts to stop these illegal gambling operations," said Assemblymember Rudy Salas in a statement Friday. It was back in 2012 when the county shut down ...
Ohio's gambling expansion: From an outright ban to casinos
Court sides with Kern County: Internet cafes are illegal gambling
Bet on This: Gambling Will Be Legal in the U.S. by 2020
The biggest roadblock facing Zynga, and anyone else, is the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006. Originally drafted as a last-minute rider on a port security bill, the UIGEA has been used to prohibit companies from offering Internet ...
Another View: Legalize, regulate and tax Internet gambling
Jackpot247 Respond to Landmark Online Poker Agreement
Our View: How much money the state might get by legalizing Internet poker ...
U.S. Lawmaker Wants To Ban Online Poker
According to GamblingCompliance, U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham — a Republican from South Carolina — said he is currently working on sponsoring federal legislation that would seek to ban all forms of Internet gambling. In other words, web poker would be ...
Lindsey Graham wants to ban internet gambling?
Federal Anti-Online Gambling Bill to be Introduced
Two Frontrunners for Massachusetts Governor Divided on Online Gambling
Last Thursday, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley came out against online lottery sales in the Commonwealth, stating concerns over problem gambling and the current age verification methods according to this Boston.com article. Coakley ...
Online gamblers in NJ expected to triple in 2014
MORRISTOWN, N.J. — New Jersey is awash in advertising for its new, online gambling universe, which has come alive since November's soft launch. As of Jan. 31, a total of 197,782 accounts had been created — a 27% jump since mid-January, according to ...
Analysis: How did NJ Internet gambling revenue fall short?
Don't ban online gambling, former member tells Congress
Boyd CEO Demolishes Myth That Regulated Online Gambling Will Cannibalize ...
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Nevada, Delaware sign deal to allow interstate online gambling
... an online poker player playing a game during industry's G2E conference in Las Vegas.AP. The governors of Nevada and Delaware are going all in for online gambling, agreeing to let residents in those states play against each other at virtual poker ...
Delaware signs online poker compact with Nevada
Delaware and Nevada team up to expand online gambling
Nevada, Delaware ink online poker pact to expand player, revenue pools
Cullerton wants to look at Internet gambling
The State Journal-Register
Senate President John Cullerton said Wednesday that legalizing Internet gambling in Illinois could provide the state with needed revenue, although passing the bill will be difficult. The Chicago Democrat, who has pushed for online gambling for two ...
Internet gambling on Illinois senator's fiscal radar
Illinois Exploring Internet Gambling Again
Illinois missing its cut of online gambling, Cullerton laments
Iowa Poll: Little support for Internet gambling
A 2011 study from the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission suggested legalized Internet gambling could generate $13 million to $60 million for game operators and tax revenues of $3 million to $13 million. IOWANS' VIEW: Mark Smiley, 56, of Granger said ...
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