Gambling magnate Donald Trump spoke out on Barney Frank’s online casino bill, saying Internet gambling can’t be stopped and should be regulated for the public good.
A new survey shows online gambling monopolies in the EU gave consumers a consistently worse payout via sports betting odds than private sector Internet casinos facing competition.
The leading voice against regulated online gambling cited curious cases as reason to oppose Barney Frank’s bill.
The NFL flexed its political muscle today, getting an attachment to Barney Frank’s online casino bill assuring that sports betting will remain illegal on the Internet.
Nations across Europe and around the world are using Internet casino gambling as a source of significant revenue, while the US tries to impose a problematic ban on the online gaming industry.
New Jersey lawmakers refuse to buy into the NFL’s fantasy world in which sports betting is non-existent, as they note the gambling is already occurring, only without taxation or benefit to the state.
Just when it looked like talks over gambling rights for the Seminole Tribe in the state of Florida were resolved, key lawmakers are stirring up controversy.
The political representative for the Poker Voters of America says California’s need for money may force legislators to rush the online poker bill into law.
A lobbyist for tribal gaming told South Dakota lawmakers they were holding back the economy by severely limiting the number of slots allowed at tribal casinos.
A judge denied a motion by a racino to stop blackjack play at a Seminole casino, deciding the court had no jurisdiction on the Indian land.