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Tuesday's election was somewhat of a stunner for online gambling enthusiasts. Several states legalized dangerous vices such as marijuana, porn, and crack, but for some reason online casinos were denied again.
As the legislative session comes to somewhat of a stand still as all of the candidates put on their phoniest faces in time for the upcoming mid-term election, one piece of legislation has been passed. Republicans have pushed through a critter extermination bill, and have also attached legislation banning online gambling.
Now that Pennsylvania lawmakers have completed the task of legalizing table games for casinos in the state, they have moved on to bigger expansion. A legislator in Pennsylvania is now pushing for regulation of the Russian Roulette industry.
Today, a group of lawmakers who regularly get together on Wednesday's to play in an online poker tournament, were shocked when their credit cards were not accepted at their favorite site. The legislators were then reminded by a passing Democratic lawmaker that the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act went into effect on Tuesday.
A new study completed by B.S. & Associates shows that online gamblers will vote in the November election in the US for anyone that allows them the freedom to bet online. The study showed no disparity between party affiliation and the upcoming election.
A twenty-seven year old casino clerk at a Las Vegas casinos has contacted the NFL office and lodged a complaint against disgruntled Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The clerk alleges that Roethlisberger once cursed at him while checking in.
If the Seminole Indians want to get the gambling compact that they so desperately are searching for in Florida, it may cost them more than money. Florida lawmakers are looking to clean the Seminoles out in exchange for the right to offer gambling.
A Nevada lawmakers has proposed legislation that would make the Super Bowl a national holiday. The premise of the legislation is that the NFL is treated like they are above all other sports leagues, so therefore their big day should be a holiday.
A controversy has began this week involving Las Vegas Sands stock. It seems that some investors thought they were paying for shares of actual sand in the Las Vegas desert when they purchased the stock.
A US Senator has proposed a complete overhaul of the US government financial system. The way he plans to pay for all financial shortcomings? Online gambling.
Lawmakers are not stopping at simply changing the laws to allow casinos in their states. One former politician believes that there should be casinos in every state building, including the capital buildings of all fifty states.
Due to the overpopulation of "whiners" in the online poker community, Online Craps is suggesting that the Ffederal government officially name an "Online Poker Whine Day", which would be held sometime in March.
Online casino players around the US are rejoicing on Tuesday because the US government has decided to give away free money to them. The US will give away money obtained by seizing over $45 million seized from BetOnSports.com founder, Gary Kaplan.
A judge this afternoon ruled against the NFL in the Delaware sports betting case. The NFL was shocked at the ruling, claiming that they thought they WERE the law, and that what they said goes.
Representative Barney Frank has been courting some big players in US politics to back his proposed online gambling legislation. The two latest co-sponsors, Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, may be Frank's biggest allies yet.
A Wisconsin lawmaker has presented legislation that would make it mandatory for gambling jackpot winners to wear arm bands signifying their wins. Senator Greg Harris believes everyone should have a chance to hate these people.
First Governor Steve Beshear went after the online gambling industry, claiming that they were taking money that could have stayed in Kentucky, out of Kentucky. Now, the governor appears to have his sights set on eliminating online bargain shopping in the state.
Bachus, after reading our article and believing it to be true, has introduced legislation that would ban all married men from casinos in the US. It is not yet known whether tribal casinos will be included in the new legislation.
A gambler in Green Bay, Wisconsin has decided that his wife is to blame for his gambling problem. and he has decided to take the matter to court. Richard Weiler is suing his wife of twenty-seven years for $1.5 million, claiming that her shopping habit led him to the craps tables.
A new study by the Church of God and Morals reveals online gambling regulations would be beneficial to children and problem gamblers, but the Church is still opposed to legalization for moral reasons.