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Recapping Pennsylvania’s Turbulent Year Of Online Gambling Expansion Talk by Steve Ruddock

At the start of 2015, there weren’t many strong candidates to pass an online gambling bill. With California seemingly unable to get out of its own way, the hope in the online gaming community was that Pennsylvania would emerge as a contender.

It didn’t take very long for the state to turn those hopes into a reality, as new Gaming Oversight Chairman John Payne and his Democrat cochairman Nick Kotick introduced an online gambling bill on February 26, 2015, touching off the most serious iGaming expansion efforts since New Jersey passed its online gaming bill in February of 2013.

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