Saturday, March 28, 2015 11:46 AM (PDT)
Online Gambling: Rolling the Dice on Congress
Billionaire Sheldon Adelson, chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands and, reportedly, the Republican Party's single biggest contributor, favors stuffing the Internet gambling genie back in the bottle, lest technology do to him what it did to bookstores.
Lawmakers in D.C. clash over bill that would ban N.J. online gambling
WASHINGTON — The future of federal legislation that would ban online gambling in New Jersey and the two other states that allow it may depend on whether proponents can assure lawmakers that technology can keep out-of-state bettors and children away ...
Adelson-Backed Online Gambling Bill Splits GOP At Hearing
Fear-Mongering Testimony Overshadows Facts at Internet Gambling Ban Hearing
Online gambling ban won't stop online gambling – but will stop economic growth
Ruling coming in Internet gambling case?
A federal judge in Las Vegas could decide the fate of an illegal gambling case against a wealthy Malaysian businessman who says the FBI violated his rights by posing as Internet repairmen to get into his hotel room during the FIFA World Cup last summer.
US judge to decide fate of Vegas FBI ruse gambling case
Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling Launches Educational Campaign
WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - March 25, 2015) - The Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling (CSIG) announces a new campaign to create awareness of the dangers of Internet gambling. The campaign urges parents across the country to contact their ...
Federal Gaming Bans Undermine Federalism
Online gambling: Is it even legal?
Prior to the internet, the legal ins and outs of gambling were more straightforward. Each province determined its own rules for gambling, whether casinos, bingos, or lotteries. An exception is horse racing, which is regulated by the Canadian Parimutuel ...
Push to legalize online gambling in Pa. picks up steam
In February, an international research firm predicted the state would be a focal point for Internet-gambling supporters. Less than a week before Gov. Tom Wolfe proposed numerous tax increases to combat a $2.3 billion state budget deficit, the chairman ...
Has Bitcoin Overgrown Its Virtual Gambling Clothes?
Adelson's Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling Pulls a No-Show at Debate
Late last week at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), Poker Players Alliance (PPA) Executive Director John Pappas was slated to have a debate against a representative from Sheldon Adelson's Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling (CSIG).
CPAC Debate on Internet Gambling Results in No-Show From RAWA Supporters
5 Ways Supporters Of Regulated Online Gambling Can Win the March 5th ...
Gambling industry losing key ally
While some in the industry — including billionaire mega-donor Sheldon Adelson, the owner of the Las Vegas Sands and other casinos — have called for an ultimate prohibition of online gambling, the American Gaming Association has thrown its weight ...
'Harry, this is Barack': Obama surprises Reid through radio talk show
Online gambling: Is it worth the risk for governments?
Ontario used those arguments before jumping into internet gambling in January. Quebec, B.C., and Manitoba are equally well versed in the rationale and Atlantic Canada's gambling overseer is using it right now in a bid to expand the menu of online ...
Online gambling company GVC interested in 'something like' Bwin
(Reuters) - Online gambling company GVC Holdings Plc is in talks for potential acquisitions and "something like" rival Bwin.party would be of interest, Chief Executive Kenneth Alexander said. Consolidation activity in the gambling industry has gathered ...
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