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A Michigan lawmaker plans to continue pushing for passage of an online gambling bill, while also preparing for the possibility of another veto.
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.
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's hopes of legalizing online casino and poker could come down to convincing the state lottery that its revenues won't be impacted.
The path to Michigan online gambling might not be so easy this year, as the new governor expressed similar concerns to her veto-happy predecessor.
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...
A bill that would legalize online gambling in Michigan cleared its first committee stop with ease on Tuesday, keeping it on course for passage.
Michigan came close to legalizing online gambling in 2018, and the 2019 effort is looking good after a favorable committee hearing on Tuesday.
West Virginia is one step away from becoming an online gambling state. If Michigan follows suit, the US could see renewed interest in legal online...
It took all winter, but Michigan Rep. Brandt Iden has reintroduced his vetoed online gambling bill, which is scheduled for its first consideration.
Michigan was just a governor's signature away from legal online gambling last year, and proposed legislation is back on file in both chambers.
Former Sen. Mike Kowall wants to help shepherd his vetoed Michigan online gambling bill onto the desk of the new governor in 2019.
Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed a package of bills that would have brought online gambling to Michigan, a decision that will cost the state jobs and...
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...
The lame-duck Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed 40 bills from the lame-duck legislative, including all of the Michigan online gambling bills.
Following passage of his Michigan online gambling bill, Rep. Brandt Iden spoke with OPR about aligning the various stakeholders in his state.
While revenue will always be the primary incentive for states that legalize online gambling, fringe benefits like job creation should not go overlooked.
Christmas came early for poker players in Michigan with the passage Thursday night of the Lawful Internet Gaming Act. It’s the culmination of a four-year...
The Michigan legislature has passed a bill that would legalize online gambling, sending the proposal to the governor's desk for signature.
A preliminary rundown of the top five online gambling candidates for 2019: Connecticut, Illinois, Michigan, New York, and West Virginia.
Rep. Brandt Iden is optimistic that his proposal to legalize Michigan online gambling will pass this year, but the clock is ticking.
A key Michigan lawmaker expects to have an online gambling bill on the governor’s desk before the calendar turns to 2019. The question is...
Penn has gambling ambitions that reach well beyond its Pennsylvania roots, including a plan to enter the Michigan market via Greektown.
As one of the key proponents, Rep. Iden's re-election likely bodes well for Michigan online gambling legislation in 2019.