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Current Issue Volume: 12 Issue: 3 News The Federal District Court of New Jersey issued on 28 February a permanent injunction against a New Jersey law which allowed wagers on sports betting, ruling it in violation of the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), in a case brought by four major sports leagues, supported by the US Department of Justice. / read more
David Rock, dean of the School of Education at the University of Mississippi, is hoping a new scholarship will convince top students to become teachers. (Courtesy, The University of Mississippi) States Look to Raise Quality of New Teachers By Ben Wieder , Staff Writer Would paying teachers more improve the quality of teaching candidates? Some states are considering that and tougher admission standards for education programs.
March 30 Rex Sinquefield's crusade against income taxes Since 1992, 140 proposals to cut or limit taxes have appeared on ballots in 31 states, and 61 percent were approved, says Jennie Bowser, who tracks the issue at the National Conference of State Legislatures in Denver. Bloomberg BusinessWeek Filibuster kills Nebraska voter ID measure Sixteen states have passed photo ID laws comparable to the Nebraska proposal, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.
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In October of last year, in the final moments of the last Republican dominated session, Rep. Bill Frist attached a bill to the Safe Port Act without anyone in the Senate having any knowledge of it until fifteen minutes before the Act hit the floor for debate. The Safe Port Act was/is an important act that protects the security of the US borders and it passed almost unanimously in both the Senate and House. And so the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (aka the UIGEA), the bill that former senator Frist scandalously attached to the Safe Port Act, passed and the Internet gambling world was left with their collective mouths agape. Internet gambling stocks that were publicly traded on the London stock exchange plummeted.
Online Gaming article Should Online Gambling Be Legal? ( 3/27/2013 ) (USA) -- Last week, the Philippines opened a $1 billion casino to compete with Macau, Las Vegas, and Singapore as one of the major gambling destination in the world. In... 3 Total Articles on this Issue
article Internet Gambling Issues Add to Illinois Rift (Illinois) -- In what figures to be an issue in many other racing states, Illinois horsemen are questioning proposed legislation to allow Internet gambling in the state... article Resort Fees Costing Casinos Goodwill
Jun 20, 2012, 11:12 US Regulation Sportsbook Showdown: California Moves to Allow Sports Betting The federal government currently preempts the states regarding the issue of sports gambling, allowing only four states to sanction the activity. This however may change soon, as legislators in California are considering a bill to decriminalize sports gambling in the state.
News Article Results Illinois Drafts Major Changes to Online Gaming Plan by Brian Pempus | Published: May 25, '12
iGaming site ruled illegal by Madrid court News from Spain reports that sportingbet has been ruled illegal by the court of Madrid and has ordered the online sportsbook and gaming provider to shut down its domains. The verdict was issued in a suit brought by Spanish gaming company Codere and has stated that any provider offering a gaming or betting activity that has not been granted a prior administrative authorisation is indisputably prohibited. Codere believed it was unfair competition with the court deciding that that any offering or marketing of games of chance or betting carried out through remote means before or after the passage of the country’s new gaming legislation are unlawful as they have been developed in breach of the current prohibitions and without the relevant Spanish licences.
The biggest topic in the gambling industry right now is when is the U.S. going to license and regulate online poker (and in some instances, online gambling). It is the number one topic of conversation among industry professionals, at industry conferences and at bars during industry conferences. With that in mind, I've outlined the top stories to watch next year when it comes to licensing and regulating online gaming in the U.S. 10.
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