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Steve Ruddock details the history behind the Restoration of America's Wire Act (RAWA) and attempts to decipher just how genuine a threat the bill poses.
MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren made the strongest pitch yet from the Nevada casino industry for regulation of online gambling, calling prohibition efforts "ridiculous."
President of the American Gaming Association (AGA) argues that casinos should approach federal online gambling bills "cautiously, suspiciously"
Curtis Woodard sees a world where the quickest path to regulated US online poker in as many states as possible could run through the lottery.
MGM Resorts CEO Jim Murren makes it clear that his company's opposition to a federal ban on state-regulated, legal online gambling remains steadfast.
Graham stays mum on the topics covered in private conversation between the Senator and Sheldon Adelson, but online gambling ban RAWA was likely in play.
Considering states' rights arguments, updates to existing federal gambling laws would find an easier path to support than would a federal online poker bill.
In his GiGse keynote speech, Frank Luntz urged regulated online gambling advocates to do more to educate lawmakers and consumers about the industry.
In trying to pass RAWA, online gambling foes seek to completely rewrite the 1961 Wire Act, not restore it to its original intent as RAWA...
A petition at WhiteHouse.gov seeks to compel the White House to offer their position on the Sheldon Adelson-backed Restoration of America's Wire Act.
With an exemption made for online lottery play, RAWA would effectively serve to ban little more than state-regulated online poker sites in NJ and beyond.
The recent House hearing for an attempt to federally ban regulated online gambling took the odd step of inviting not a single gambling regulator to...
House Gaming Oversight Committee Chair Rep. John Payne says his fellow lawmakers - including Gov. Wolf - are willing to listen on online gambling regulation.
NV Sen. Dean Heller says he's worried about Loretta Lynch's knowledge of the Wire Act and online gambling - but his concern doesn't pass the...
Washington Post proves that truth is still stranger than fiction - and satire - with a headline that captures Adelson's approach to banning online gambling.
As the House readies a hearing for RAWA, Steve Ruddock outlines strategies for opponents of the Sheldon Adelson-backed ban on regulated online gambling.
These two documents provide critical context for an upcoming House hearing on RAWA, the Sheldon Adelson-backed ban on regulated online gambling.
Written followups to her Senate confirmation hearing strongly suggest that AG nominee Loretta Lynch is highly unlikely to revisit OLC Wire Act opinion.
Comments from Rep. Jason Chaffetz suggest that the focus of Restoration of America's Wire Act may expand beyond real-money regulated online gambling.
AG nominee deflects questions from Sen. Lindsey Graham regarding Wire Act, DoJ's approach to regulated online gambling. Full transcript of exchange inside.
Attempts to attach a blanket federal ban on regulated online gambling to the cromnibus fell short despite the efforts of casino tycoon Sheldon Adelson.
The truth about Sheldon Adelson's online gambling ban: It threatens thousands of jobs, robs states of millions in revenue and won't stop online gambling.
A coalition of powerful conservative groups, led by Grover Norquist, issued a letter calling on Congress to reject the Restoration of America's Wire Act