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U.S. online poker bill could be tied to tax proposal

Dec 8, 2010 by CasinoListings News Legal Poker Regulation UIGEA


There's a sense of deja vu around the news that an attempt by Senator Harry Reid to legalise US online poker may depend on attaching the bill to other must-pass legislation before Congress quits its 2010 session.




Washington D.C. slips online poker legislation into state lottery bill

Dec 8, 2010 by CasinoListings News Legal Poker


Washington Times broke the news




Morongo Tribe involved in another California poker initiative

Dec 7, 2010 by CasinoListings News Legal Poker


You have to say one thing for the Morongo tribal band in California - their determination to corner a chunk of the internet poker action in the sunshine state is pretty impressive. This week the news surfaced that the tribe, which previously allied itself with California cardrooms in a similar quest, is involved in the latest attempt to legalise online poker in California, a legislative proposal launched Monday by Santa Ana Democrat Senator Louis Carrea.




Proposed U.S. poker legalisation's 15 month blackout period draws criticism

Dec 7, 2010 by CasinoListings News Legal Poker Regulation UIGEA


With more information emerging on the legislative proposal to legalise US online poker attributed to Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the debate has deepened this week. Interested parties appear to be especially troubled by a clause which is being interpreted as meaning that for 15 months, there will be no legal online poker in the United States. A blogger on the ESPN site described it thus: "Once this bill is enacted, the first license will (only) be issued 15 months from that date."




Nevada could be quickly out of the legalisation gate

Dec 7, 2010 by CasinoListings News Legal Poker


With heightened interest in legalised US online gambling triggered by news of the Reid bill, US land and online media are currently speculating on how fast certain states could take advantage of a more enlightened approach to this popular pastime.




Poker Players Alliance urges caution on U.S. poker legalisation proposal

Dec 7, 2010 by CasinoListings News Legal Poker Regulation UIGEA


Poker Players Alliance




iMEGA rejoins Kentucky domains hijacking battle

Dec 7, 2010 by CasinoListings News Kentucky Legal


Interactive Media Entertainment and Gaming Association




Three more arrests in Utica sports gambling case

Dec 4, 2010 by CasinoListings News Legal Sportsbetting


In a further development to the four Utica, New York State residents charged in Oneida County Court last week for allegedly running an illegal internet sports gambling operation, State Police have made three more arrests connected to the 21-month investigation.




Microgame confirms it will not appeal Lazio decision

Dec 4, 2010 by CasinoListings News Italy Legal


In a sequel to Thursday's reports that a Lazio administrative court had overruled a Microgame objection to new Italian regulations allowing online poker cash and casino games, the network has confirmed that it will not appeal the finding.




Victorian Commission for Gambling Regulation cracks down on bonus advertising

Dec 3, 2010 by CasinoListings News Australia Legal Sportsbetting


It appears that the Australian state of Victoria is tightening up on gambling companies that offer inducements to punters to bet, with charges laid against four companies and the possibility of more to follow.