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Internet Gambling

2 GOP 2016 candidates pushing for ban on NJ online gambling - NJ.com

Tuesday June 30th, 2015 01:42:00 PM

NJ.com

2 GOP 2016 candidates pushing for ban on NJ online gambling
NJ.com
WASHINGTON — New Jersey's online gambling sites would be shut down under legislation introduced by seven U.S. senators, including two Republican presidential candidates. The bill mirrors legislation introduced in the House that would overturn a 2011 ...
The Cost of Big Political Donors is Bigger Political FavorsIVN News

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GOP Presidential Hopefuls Introduce Sheldon Adelson-Backed Bill to Ban ... - National Journal

Thursday June 25th, 2015 01:59:43 AM

National Journal

GOP Presidential Hopefuls Introduce Sheldon Adelson-Backed Bill to Ban ...
National Journal
... Republican senators running for president reintroduced a bill Wednesday that would effectively ban Internet poker and other forms of online gambling—legislation that has long been championed by casino magnate and GOP mega-donor Sheldon Adelson.
Senate gets bill to reimpose Internet gambling banLas Vegas Review-Journal
Graham And Rubio Sponsor Sheldon Adelson Backed Internet Gambling BanThe Inquisitr
Graham, Rubio go after online gamblingThe Hill
Ars Technica -Bitcoinist.net
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Pennsylvania senators to introduce Internet gambling bill - The Pike County Courier

Friday July 3rd, 2015 10:01:27 AM

The Pike County Courier

Pennsylvania senators to introduce Internet gambling bill
The Pike County Courier
A Scarnati spokesman says the bill promises hundreds of millions of dollars for the state treasury, with the help of other provisions that let casinos expand traditional gambling offerings. Gov. Tom Wolf's office says the Democrat is open to discussing ...

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Gloves are off in lobbying war for online gambling - The Hill (blog)

Wednesday July 1st, 2015 02:00:47 PM

Gloves are off in lobbying war for online gambling
The Hill (blog)
The battle over state-based online gambling has reached a fever pitch. Until last week, Congress had been seemingly quiet on the Restoration of America's Wire Act (RAWA; H.R. 707), the bill to ban Internet gambling. But then Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-S.


Pennsylvania lawmakers could roll dice on Internet gambling - Daily Local News

Saturday June 20th, 2015 08:03:45 AM

Pennsylvania lawmakers could roll dice on Internet gambling
Daily Local News
In this July 1, 2013 file photo, chips sit on a blackjack table in the Lady Luck Casino Nemacolin shortly after its grand opening in Farmington, Pa. Lawmakers are considering a huge expansion of the state's gambling laws, with legalizing Internet ...


New Bipartisan Bill in Senate Aims to Restore Ban on Internet Gambling - PR Newswire (press release)

Monday June 29th, 2015 09:12:56 PM

New Bipartisan Bill in Senate Aims to Restore Ban on Internet Gambling
PR Newswire (press release)
The Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling is a group of legislators, public officials, companies and concerned citizens that are organized for the purpose of supporting the restoration of the policy banning Internet gambling. The CSIG seeks to give ...
Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling supports 'Restoration of America's Wire ...FinancialNews.co.uk

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Senate panel hears testimony about possible online gambling - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Thursday June 18th, 2015 04:00:53 AM

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Senate panel hears testimony about possible online gambling
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
HARRISBURG — If Pennsylvania were to authorize Internet gambling, it could take the larger part of a year before online play could begin, a state gaming official told a Senate panel Wednesday. A Senate bill would allow existing casinos that offer slot ...
Live Reporting Of Pennsylvania Online Gambling Hearing June 17US Poker (blog)
KMT's David Klein Considers Pennsylvania's New Online Gambling BillMondaq News Alerts (registration)

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Bill would offer Pa. casinos Internet gambling, perks for fees - Philly.com

Thursday June 11th, 2015 01:20:38 AM

Philly.com

Bill would offer Pa. casinos Internet gambling, perks for fees
Philly.com
Only in Pennsylvania: Gamblers would not be allowed to register online to open Internet gambling accounts unless they live more than 20 miles away as the crow flies from a bricks-and-mortar casino. Any closer, and they would have to travel to a casino ...
Pennsylvania Takes Critical Steps Toward Online Gambling Regulation With ...OnlinePokerReport.com
Fifth Pennsylvania Online Gambling Bill in WorksFlushdraw
Online Gambling Bill Introduced in Pennsylvania SenatePoker News Daily
90.5 WESA -US Poker (blog) -Albany Times Union
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Poll: Should Pennsylvania legalize online gambling? - lehighvalleylive.com

Tuesday June 30th, 2015 03:15:28 PM

lehighvalleylive.com

Poll: Should Pennsylvania legalize online gambling?
lehighvalleylive.com
Industry analysts question whether Pennsylvania will get much action with a proposed 54 percent tax on online gambling, compared to New Jersey's 15 percent tax. Then there's the grudging reality that revenues are flattening as other states race to ...

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Anti-online-gambling campaign targets Luzerne County - Scranton Times-Tribune

Sunday June 14th, 2015 08:06:19 AM

Scranton Times-Tribune

Anti-online-gambling campaign targets Luzerne County
Scranton Times-Tribune
As legislative interest in Internet gambling peaks, mailers sent throughout Luzerne County are spreading the message: Stop Internet gambling. The Nevada-based Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling, a group fronted by billionaire casino mogul Sheldon ...
Shocked, shocked to find a push for Internet gambling: Charlie GerowPennLive.com

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