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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into a law Tuesday a bill that makes the Garden State the third state in the U.S. to license and regulate the online gambling. Christie’s stamp of approval comes just 19 days after he conditionally vetoed similar legislation.
In a bill draft submitted to the Legislature, the Gaming Control Board wants to amend interactive gaming regulatory language that would allow Nevada's governor to enter agreements with other states that legalize Internet poker.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid ended debate Dec. 14 on a bipartisan online gaming bill in Congress. The move, which wasn't unexpected, pushed the U.S. further away than it was last year at this time from having legalized online poker nationwide.
The U.S. Department of Justice has reached a settlement in the civil case with PokerStars, whereby PokerStars will pay $547 million and acquire the assets of Full Tilt Poker. International players will have balances made available to them through PokerStars, while U.S. players will be able to request payment of balances owed through the DOJ.
The U.S. Department of Justice has reached a settlement in its civil case against Full Tilt Poker, whereby the online poker company must turn over nearly all of its assets to PokerStars, as a result of a $547 million settlement PokerStars made with the DOJ.