Internet poker

KMT’s David Klein Considers Pennsylvania’s New Online Gambling Bill

Odds improve for online gaming June 14, 2015 Regulate or delegate — that’s the question facing Pennsylvania legislators as bills to legalize online gambling gain traction. A new bill in the state Senate — SB 900, allows the state, among other things, to license operators to conduct Internet gaming. It’s a practice many say goes on illegally …

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David Klein Discusses New York Poker Bill with GamblingCompliance

New York Poker Bill Drops Bad Actor Clause State Senator John Bonacic has reintroduced a bill to authorize online poker in the Empire State, but dropped a “bad actor” clause that would have prevented PokerStars from applying for one of ten available licenses. Senator Bonacic’s bill would authorize the New York State Gaming Commission to …

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Interstate Online Poker Websites May Soon Be Linked Through One Online Portal

We previously detailed the passage of an amendment to Nevada’s online poker law that allows Nevada’s governor to reach agreements to create joint player pools with residents of other states.  Since passage of the amendment, Nevada has entered into an interstate online poker compact with Delaware, and it is widely believed that an agreement with New Jersey will soon follow. Despite both …

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Senators Introduce Expansive Pennsylvania Online Gaming Bill

Following the lead of Delaware, New Jersey, Nevada, Illinois, New York, California, Massachusetts and several other states, the Pennsylvania Senators Edwin Erickson and Bob Mensch have introduced Senate Bill 1386, which would effectively legalize online gambling within the Commonwealth’s borders.  This most recent Pennsylvania online gaming bill comes on the heels of last year’s failed House Bill 1235. Pennsylvania Online Gaming Bill …

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New Jersey and California Internet Poker and Online Gaming News

Recently, six (6) well known New Jersey Internet poker and online gaming affiliate marketers received cease and desist letters from the New Jersey Attorney General’s office requiring that the affiliates “immediately remove any online gaming links that are not authorized under federal law or under the law of any state.”  The New Jersey Internet poker …

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Internet Poker May Soon Be Legal in New York

Many of our readers are aware that several states, including Illinois, Iowa, California and Texas,have previously introduced legislation to legalize some form of Internet gambling within their respective states.  New York also considered legalizing Internet poker within its borders last year, but the bill failed to gain traction in the State Legislature.  Despite the apparent setback, the …

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