A Maryland bill that would allow lessons on the risks associated with gambling — including addiction prevention — to be added to the high school health curriculum passed in the state Senate on Feb. 21.Read More »
After being hit with a multi-million dollar tax assessment, a company that distributes video gaming devices has launched a constitutional challenge to Maryland’s gaming regulations, claiming they are arbitrary and treat small businesses differently than big casinos. Columbia Amusements Inc., ...Read More »
Miller, who voted for the law nearly four years ago, made his comments during a wide-ranging interview and at a time when he has requested an advisory letter on the legality of the industry from the counsel to the General Assembly.Read More »
In November 2012, Question 7 was approved by Maryland voters – after the most costly campaign in the state’s history –allowing for the addition of table games in all casinos. Two years later, the $442 million Horseshoe Casino opened in ...Read More »
Saying fantasy was confused with reality, a Baltimore federal judge has dismissed a woman’s hoped-for class-action lawsuit seeking compensation for money lost playing what she called an unlawful gambling game on her mobile device but which he called a virtual entertainment where players know they cannot receive a financial windfall.
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The fantasy sports industry is under siege. Almost every day another lawmaker or agency announces a hearing on its legal foundations or an investigation into its business practices. Last week, U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. and Sen. Robert Menendez, both ...Read More »
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — The federal ban on sports betting in all but four states was upheld Tuesday, dealing a blow to New Jersey’s latest effort to expand gambling options to help its struggling casino and racetrack industries. But the ...Read More »