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The California Assembly Appropriations Committee passed a bill regulating online poker in the state on Wednesday.
After unprecedented momentum for online poker in New York this year, there is a real chance a bill passes in 2017.
The California online poker bill suffered a bit of a setback on Wednesday, as a planned vote did not occur in the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
The New York Senate passed a bill legalizing and regulating online poker, but the bill faces an uncertain future in the Assembly.
GVC is fully licensed to operate online poker an gambling in New Jersey after its acquisition of bwin.party earlier this year.
A bill that would legalize online poker and gambling in Michigan made it past a committee vote in the Senate on Wednesday.
The 2016 World Series of Poker has officially begun. This year will see an even greater amount of crossover between live and online poker events...
Online poker legislation in New York made a lot of progress but its chances are waning with the legislature's adjournment looming. The session ends June...
A new report indicates a bill that would legalize Pennsylvania online gambling and poker will be back on the legislature's agenda next month.
California has made progress once again toward legalizing and regulating online poker. But is turning a bill into a law likely this year?
A California legislative committee passed a bill that would legalize and regulate online poker for the second straight year.
Four states, Pennsylvania, NY, Michigan, and CA, have active legislation that would allow for legal and regulated U.S. online poker and online casino games.
New York has been thinking about legalizing online poker for several years now. Comments from Rep. Gary Pretlow indicate the effort may have to wait...
The Canadian province of Quebec is considering a bill that would ban online gambling sites that are not run by the government.
WSOP.com has introduced a number of April promotions in advance of this year's World Series of Poker, including new qualifiers for the Colossus II and...
New York's Senate has included language that would regulate online poker in its overarching budget bill.
New York passed an online poker bill out of a committee hearing for the first time since the topic of iGaming regulation was introduced in...
California is advancing a bill that would regulate daily fantasy sports quickly through the legislature. What does that mean for online poker?
An online poker bill is on the agenda of a New York Senate committee next week, the latest indication that the state could be getting...
New York will again consider legislation that would legalize and regulate online poker in the state, with different variables than in the past.
A longstanding Illinois class action lawsuit against Amaya / PokerStars appears to be settled for good, with the judge upholding a lower court's dismissal.
Washington State is the only state where online gambling is a felony, so proponents of regulated online poker have little hope for a bill that's...
For years regulating online poker has been a matter of debate in California, and now a new wrinkle has entered the picture: daily fantasy sports.
A California Assembly committee will consider online poker, daily fantasy sports and sports betting bills in a hearing on Jan. 6.
A Congressional hearing on Wednesday might be looked back on as the day that RAWA -- a proposed online gambling ban -- officially died.