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The Nevada Gaming Control Board will hold a public workshop on May 13 to receive feedback on the idea of authorizing online casinos.
Illinois lawmakers are moving forward on their promise to consider legalizing online casino gambling in 2021.
Passing laws takes time, and online gambling laws seem to require a lot of it. OPR looks at how legislative session lengths impact iGaming.
Mobile sports betting has made it into NY law. The next step will be operators bidding for access, which will determine the tax rate.
New York's budget bill includes some controversial proposals for mobile sports betting. Here's how that could affect online poker in NY.
Canada's single game sports wagering bill is proceeding apace, but required an amendment to protect the country's racetracks.
Alabama Senators rejected one bill to establish a lottery and authorize retail casino gaming, but that hasn't stopped them from trying again.
It looks like the only thing standing between Connecticut and a full-featured gambling market is a 2% difference in online casino taxes.
As Missouri's Senate debates sports betting, a House Bill has been introduced which adds online gambling to the conversation.
Canada's latest sports betting bill, C-13, has fallen by the wayside in favor of its predecessor, C-218, which now heads to committee.
North Dakota faces an uphill battle to legalize online poker, but has won the first skirmish as House lawmakers approved HB 1389 on Tuesday.
The proposed Illinois Internet Gaming Act wouldn't just legalize online casinos and poker, but springboard them to launch within months.
The proposed bill would allow tribes to offer online sports betting and casino, and the Connecticut Lottery to sell draw tickets and conduct keno online.