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Online Poker Violates Constitution, Claims Former Nebraska AG

by Brian Pempus | Published: Sep 27, '18

Online poker should be banned because it violates states’ rights, according to the Sheldon Adelson-backed Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling. On Thursday, a House subcommittee met to discuss sports betting in the wake of the Supreme Court’s May decision …

Sports Betting Hearing To Feature Sheldon Adelson's Anti-Online Poker Group

by Brian Pempus | Published: Sep 24, '18

Online gaming opponents appear to be lining up for one last Hail Mary. On Thursday, a congressional subcommittee will hold a hearing on sports betting in the wake of the Supreme Court lifting the 1992 ban in mid-May. Despite the progress on bringing …

Former U.S. Senator Compares Online Gambling To Terrorism Cybercrimes

by Brian Pempus | Published: Aug 21, '18

A former U.S. Senator from Arkansas working for a group funded to prevent or delay the casino industry from innovating and bringing games to the internet, used familiar fear mongering in an Aug. 19 op-ed for the Financial Times. Calling for Congress to …

Anti-Online Poker Group Piggybacks On Facebook Data Scandal To Push Agenda

by Brian Pempus | Published: Apr 05, '18

… always fallen short, were dubbed “RAWA,” an acronym for “restoration of …

Trump Administration Fired Top Aide Because He Gambles Online, Report Says

by Brian Pempus | Published: Mar 16, '18

Though he has appeared neutral to online gaming, former Atlantic City casino boss Donald Trump, who is currently the 45th President of the U.S., apparently let a top aide leave the White House because he liked to play casino games over the internet. …

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2016 Poker Year In Review

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Jan 18, '17

… ” America’s 1961 Wire Act (RAWA), which would ban online gaming …

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