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Tribes Want 10 Year Ban and $60M Fine for PokerStars

A coalition of Californian tribes opposed to PokerStars´ participation in a regulated market has proposed new criteria to resolve the suitability issue.

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Players looking for the best online poker promotions in July should look no further than the “Unlimited Cash Race” promo being hosted at BetOnline Poker.

Pennsylvania Representatives Pass Online Gambling Bill

The House of Representatives last night passed a gambling bill to license DFS, slot machines at airports and OTB parlors, and online gambling in Pennsylvania.

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Pretlow: Poker is Not a Game of Skill like DFS

The Assemblyman responsible for a bill to regulate online poker in New York on the grounds that it is a game of skill appears to have changed his mind.

Committee Passes CA Online Poker Bill despite Concerns

A bill to regulate online poker in California passed through the committee stage yesterday despite concerns that suitability issues remain unresolved.

Committee Vote on California Online Poker Bill Postponed

An anticipated committee vote on Adam Gray´s “Internet Consumer Protection Act” was postponed yesterday after last-minute amendments were introduced.

Regulated Online Poker in New York – Is It Dead or Alive?

A bill to regulate online poker in New York passed in the Senate yesterday, just hours after the sponsor of the Assembly companion bill admitted it was dead.

Committee to Vote on “Half-Cooked” California iPoker Bill

Tomorrow – June 15th – the Californian Assembly Appropriations Committee is expected to vote on a “half-cooked” bill to regulate online poker in California.

Amendments to California iPoker Bill No Benefit to Players

The latest round of amendments to the California iPoker bill fail to address player concerns and will likely result in higher rake and lower player rewards.

Michigan Senate Committee Passes Online Gambling Bill

A bill to regulate online gambling in Michigan passed the Senate Regulatory Reform Committee yesterday, but is unlikely to progress any further this year.