Tag Archives: HR 2267
- Prospects for U.S. Internet Gambling Post-Midterm Elections
November 1, 2010
Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) has been pivotal in efforts to legalize Internet gambling in the United States. In 2007, he introduced the first of several bills that would legalize some online gambling activities. More than that, Rep. Frank has staunchly opposed criminalizing Internet gambling since the topic first came into...
- APCW Perspectives Weekly
October 4, 2010
Too many optimistic headlines about Frank's online gambling bill, J Todd drops knowledge on why industry professionals shouldn't get their hopes up on this bill passing anytime soon. And Sportingbet shows why money can buy you happiness, especially when Uncle Sam is selling it. Sportingbet reaches a multi-million dollar settlement...
- Short Final Session in Congress Brings Online Poker to the Forefront
September 11, 2010
September 11 – With the end of the summer break, the United States Congress is back in session next week. For supporters of online poker legalization, the time is now for getting a bill passed and put in front of President Obama. As a potential shift of power in the...
- Poker Players Alliance Responds to Commerce Casino Opposition of HR 2267
September 1, 2010
August 31 – Since the passage of HR 2267, the Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection, and Enforcement Act, a great deal of attention has turned to the proponents and opponents of online poker. One unusual foe stands out, namely Commerce Casino’s Tom Malkasian. Following his critical testimony before the House...
- Full Tilt asks players to Stand Up For Poker
July 13, 2010
Full Tilt Poker has become the first major online poker room to directly encourage its players to back its efforts to legalise online poker in the United States. FTP emailed players this week, directing them to a new part of their website, called “Stand up for Poker,” where a video...