Public Gaming's Political News

RAWA has been on life support since a disastrous hearing in front of the House Judiciary Committee in December of 2015.  And with Pennsylvania and California making headway towards passing online gaming legalization bills, along with a political atmosphere where obstructionism is seen as progress, the plug may soon be pulled on the desultory effort to ban online gambling.  The death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia will likely grind the United States Senate, and particularly the Judiciary Committee, to a complete halt – as compared to the near-complete halt it’s currently been ground down to.  “It’s hard to justify having a hearing on Sheldon’s thing and not holding a hearing on a Supreme Court nominee,” an unnamed casino lobbyist told Gambling Compliance.




News February 17, 2017
Aric Nesbitt to be new Michigan lottery commission...
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January 31, 2017
New West Virginia Lottery Director Alan Larri...



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February 2, 2017
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February 1, 2017
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