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Gambling Entrepreneur Calvin Ayre Felony Charges Dropped

Calvin Ayre is one of the most influential people in the online gambling industry. He has succeeded in clearing all his legal issues in the United States. The Canadian-born gambling entrepreneur recently had all federal felony charges against him dropped in lieu of an admission over the telephone to being an “accessory after the fact” which is only a misdemeanor…

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Lawmakers Urge AG Sessions to Review Official Stance on Online Gambling

Lawmakers have opened up another front in the battle to legalize online gambling in the United States. Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va) had recently written to US Attorney General Jeff Sessions to conduct a reassessment of the Department of Justice’s 2011 opinion that subsequently altered its stance on the controversial industry. In his missive dated the 5th of July, Sen. Warner…

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Will Congress Give Adelson’s Nixed Online Gambling Ban Another Chance?

Congress is likely to once again take up a legislation actively promoted by billionaire gambling boss Sheldon Adelson. It is intended to ban online gambling conducted in any state. There is a good chance that the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA) will be inserted into the State Justice Commerce Appropriations bill set to go before Congress later this month.…

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United States AG Jeff Sessions Withdraws Opposition to Online Casino Biz

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced that he will no longer be participating in the online casino debate. According to reports by Bloomberg, Sessions has been compelled to take this decision on account of a potential conflict of interests. Ever since he assumed office, Mr. Sessions has been very clear about his opposition to legalizing online gambling in the…

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