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Time is running short for online gambling legalization to pass in California, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, meaning another year could pass with no progress.
On Tuesday Pennsylvania lawmakers hit the erase button after befuddled voting on two amendments, both of which would legalize online gambling in the state.
Pennsylvania, long considered a state to watch in terms of online gambling legalization, could see a vote on iGaming and DFS regulation as early as...
The sponsor of online gambling legislation in Pennsylvania, Rep. John Payne, tells Online Poker Report that online gambling is on track for consideration in 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.
Talk of online poker regulation in NY is heating up, and due to the competitive nature of the East Coast gaming market, other states may...
While it appears Pennsylvania has a shot at legalizing online gambling in 2016, passage may be urgent due to the retirements of John Payne and...
Though Pennsylvania has yet to pass online gambling regulation, if it does, and if it shares poker liquidity with NJ, the market will look very...
Two legislators who have served as key backers of online gambling bills in Pennsylvania plan to retire, leaving uncertainty for the future of PA iGaming.
A condensed history of proposed online gambling legislation in the state of Pennsylvania. The state may well pass an iGaming bill in 2016.
There are 4 states where online gambling regulation just might pass in 2016. Those states are California, New York, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania.
The chairman of a Pennsylvania House committee is optimistic about a gaming expansion bill's chances in 2016, including online gambling and poker regulation.
A Pennsylvania online gambling bill is reportedly off the table as part of budget negotiations, but efforts to pass legislation this year and in 2016...
Online gambling legalization and regulation is a part of at least one version of an overarching budget bill in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania is moving closer to regulating online poker and casino games. How long would it take for sites to be up and running in the...
Pennsylvania's online gambling bill now includes provisions that affect brick-and-mortar casinos, and it could be attached to the state budget.
With Wednesday’s passage of HB 649 by the Pennsylvania Gaming Oversight Committee, the state has taken a decisive first step toward legalizing and regulating online poker...
Online poker and other forms of gambling are a step closer to becoming reality in Pennsylvania as the House Gaming Oversight Committee has passed HB649.
Pennsylvania lawmakers may vote on allowing regulated online gambling in the state on Tuesday. Online gambling could also pass as part of the PA budget.
Online gambling regulation in Pennsylvania appears to be set for discussion in a key committee hearing next week, but opponents have started a last-minute surge.
After months of hearing that Pennsylvania online gambling regulation was still on the table, gaming expansion is seeing the light of day in budget talks.
The possibility of Pennsylvania online gambling regulation is working its way into the ongoing budget impasse in the state, keeping hopes for 2015 alive.
Penn National Gaming CEO Tim Wilmott said he does not expect an internet gambling regulation bill would pass the Pennsylvania state legislature in 2015.
A bill that would allow legal Pennsylvania online gambling carries a 54% tax rate, an amount that leaves no room for casino and poker sites...
A proposed tax rate of 54 percent on internet gambling in Pennsylvania would make it challenging for operators, as evidenced by European regulated markets.