Category: Legislation

Michigan’s New Online Gambling Bills to Champion Poker

Michigan is considering two new online gambling bill that would allow the state to push ahead with various iGaming and poker operations. Michigan's Long Road to Legalizing Online Poker Michigan has been making efforts to legalize its online gambling industry, and by extension – online poker, since at least 2016. Multiple bills arrived at the [...]

By | 2019-03-08T05:02:39+00:00 Mar 8, 2019|Legislation|

US Department of Justice Reverses Opinion on Online Gambling

The online poker and online gambling scenes in the United States have become even more controversial following the announcement of a new Department of Justice opinion that reverses a previous ruling from 2011. The announcement which was made on Monday stated that the 1961 Wire Act, which prohibits the electronic transmission of interstate wagers, applies [...]

By | 2019-01-17T16:12:22+00:00 Jan 18, 2019|Legislation|

Will Kentucky Say Hello to Online Poker?

It turns out that online poker could be the missing link to bring a new lease of life to the limping pension system of Kentucky. For one thing, legalizing commercial gaming will stimulate gambling money expenditure and in turn, benefit the state's gross revenue according to attorney general Andy Beshear. In the face of former [...]

By | 2018-12-06T01:53:08+00:00 Dec 5, 2018|Legislation|
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