The list of states taking an interest in online gambling and poker has grown in recent years. We’re now seeing more jurisdictions than ever looking at the issue.
|State||Bill number(s)||Bill synopsis||Latest news|
|California||A 1677||Bill would legalize online poker.||Latest news|
|Connecticut||277||Bill would legalize online lottery|
|Bills would legalize online gambling, poker and daily fantasy sports.||Latest news|
|Louisiana||S 322||Bill would legalize and regulate online gambling via a referendum.|
|Massachusetts||S 200||Bill would legalize and regulate online gambling.||Latest news|
|Bills relate to legalization of online gambling.||Latest news|
|New York||A 5250|
|Bills would legalize online poker.||Latest news|
|New Hampshire||H 562|
|First bill would legalize online gambling. Second would legalize poker in land-based casinos.||Latest news|
|(Enacted October 2017) Online gambling and poker would be legalized as part of an omnibus gambling bill.||Latest news|
|West Virginia||H 3067||Bill would legalize and regulate online gambling.||Latest news|
New York is the state closest to legalizing online poker and/or gambling in the near future. California has been considering online poker regulation for a decade.
For information on bills dealing with daily fantasy sports and sports betting, visit Legal Sports Report.