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New DOJ Position on Internet Gaming Creates Both Uncertainty and Opportunities for Tribes
Joseph H. Webster
The Justice Department's position on the legal status of Internet gaming has shifted dramatically, with major implications for Indian country...
A Seat at the Internet Gaming Table
Gale Courey Toensing
Indian gaming experts say there’s no need to amend the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act in order to give the National Indian Gaming Commission a regulatory role in any Internet gaming ...
U.S. Alleges Full Tilt Poker Defrauded Players
On September 20, the U.S...
California Internet Gaming Bills Face Senate Committee
Opposing online poker bills face the Senate Government Organization Committee on July 12, reported Capitol Weekly ...
FBI Shuts Down Three Largest Online Poker Sites
Criminal fraud charges against executives at three large Internet poker companies could cripple the booming offshore industry and chances of legalizing online gaming, reported Forb...
DC to Allow Internet Gambling
The District of Columbia will be the first U.S...
‘All in for California’ Website Supports Internet Gambling
The California Online Poker Association (COPA), a group of 21 tribes and non-Indian card clubs, launched the All In For California website to encourage people to vote yes on the pa...
If N.J. Allows Online Gaming, Calif. May Follow
Reid Drops Controversial Online Poker Proposal
Gale Courey Toensing
WASHINGTON – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has dropped his push to legalize and regulate online poker, according to the Las Vegas Sun...
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