Tag Archives: Frank Pallone

New Jersey congressman makes case to end federal sports betting ban

New Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone has voiced his belief that the federal ban on sports betting should be lifted. Pallone, a member of the Democratic Party, did so during a congressional hearing relating to the safety and regulation of mixed martial arts (MMA) in the state. He used the opportunity to shine a spotlight on the Gaming Accountability & Modernisation …

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GAME Act seeks to establish US sports betting at a Federal Level

The legislation of licensed sports betting, is back on the US Congress’ menu after a committee revealed the first draft of the ‘The Gaming Accountability & Modernisation Enhancement Act’, which will be referred to as the GAME Act.   Proposed by the House Energy & Commerce Committee, the draft bill aims to outline federal provisions required for US states who …

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DraftKings faces review by Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey

US news sources have reported that Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is set to review the legality of Boston based DraftKings operations and its daily fantasy sports services targeting US sports consumers. Issuing a short statement Healey’s Massachusetts state office commented “This is a new industry. It’s something that we’re reviewing, and we’ll learn more about it”. The state office …

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New Jersey Congressman Pallone calls for a legal review of fantasy sports operators

New Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone has urged for a congressional hearing to review the legality of fantasy sports operators targeting US consumers. Pallone who supported New Jersey’s failed attempt to legalise sports betting in licensed gambling premises (casinos and racetracks), told US news sources that there appears to be little difference between sports wagering and popular fantasy sports products. “Fans …

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