The stakes for Pennsylvania when it comes to potential changes to gambling law in the state couldn't be higher. And the issues being pondered aren't minor.
New York online poker legislation cleared its first hurdle in the Senate this week, passing 11-0 out of the chamber's gaming committee.
A Virginia bill that would designate poker as a game of skill and allow for tournaments in the state passed the full Senate by the narrowest of margins.
The Pennsylvania casino industry managed to break a record ten years after the industry first launched in the state.
Pennyslvania Senate Republicans are going to introduce their own gambling expansion package, one that will likely include online gambling legalization.
Statements from US Attorney General nominee Jeff Sessions create concern for online gambling at the federal level. But some of that concern may be overblown.
Two of the most vocal advocates of New Jersey online gambling and sports betting -- state Sens. Ray Lesniak and Jim Whelan -- are moving on.
All indications and chatter from lawmakers make it obvious the Pennsylvania legislature is poised to take up gambling issues early in 2017.
Pennsylvania's budget is facing an increasing budget shortfall that could be aided by a gaming expansion that includes online gambling.
Anyone in Nevada can now play in real-money online casino-style tournaments in a major step forward for online gambling in the state.