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Although a new bill seeks to expedite the process, the Michigan Gaming Control Board is aiming to launch online gambling this fall.
Assemblyman Pretlow sent a letter to the Speaker recommending the state budget include expedited licenses for casinos in and around NYC.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board estimates the rule-making process for online poker, casino gambling, and sports betting will take about a year.
A package of gaming bills — including online gambling — motored through the Michigan legislature Wednesday, tracking a course to the governor's desk.
The Michigan legislature is expected to pass a bill to legalize internet gambling this week after industry stakeholders and the governor came together.
Substantive discussions finally are under way to bridge the gap between Michigan casinos and the governor on internet gambling.
Before advancing the Lawful Internet Gaming Act through his House committee on Tuesday, Rep. Brandt Iden added a tiered tax structure that would reach as...
Tribal leaders in Connecticut see a synergy between online gambling and sports betting, requesting both to modernize casino offerings and rekindle revenue.
A Michigan lawmaker plans to continue pushing for passage of an online gambling bill, while also preparing for the possibility of another veto.
A study ordered by the New York State Gaming Commission could set the stage for future efforts to legalize online poker and other forms of...
Michigan lawmaker says governor won't engage with him on iGaming but admits that dropping online slots might move the rest of the package forward.
New York lawmakers discuss why they didn't push for online poker legislation in 2019 and what its chances are for next year.
The Michigan Treasury is requesting that online slots be removed from internet gaming legislation, while nearly doubling the recommended fees and taxes.
Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden is working on changes to his package of online gambling bills that he hopes will quell the concerns of the administration.
Michigan Sen. Curtis Hertel, who played a key role in getting the Lawful Internet Gaming Act passed last year, has a family connection to the...
Arguments in the New Hampshire lawsuit challenging the Wire Act opinion begin in 10 days, and one of the litigants expects a fairly quick resolution.
It took all winter, but Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden has reintroduced his vetoed online gambling bill, which is scheduled for its first consideration.
An 11-hour committee hearing in Connecticut established online poker and casinos as the least contentious forms of gambling expansion being considered.
New Jersey Senate President Stephen Sweeney has asked the Department of Justice to rescind its new opinion on the Wire Act. And if the DOJ...
Sen. Joseph Addabbo Jr. tells OPR that online gambling and mobile sports betting could be possible in New York under the existing constitutional language.
New York regulators approved a series of applications for MGM Resorts to take over operations of Empire City Casino and Yonkers Raceway.
Ray Lesniak spoke candidly about the new Wire Act opinion that threatens the thriving New Jersey online gambling industry he helped create.
Former Sen. Mike Kowall wants to help shepherd his vetoed Michigan online gambling bill onto the desk of the new governor in 2019.
Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden, sponsor of the internet gambling bills vetoed by Gov. Rick Snyder on Friday, called the vetoes a ploy to monopolize the...
Following passage of his Michigan online gambling bill, Rep. Brandt Iden spoke with OPR about aligning the various stakeholders in his state.