Gambling Regulatory Updates
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Albanian parliament lifts ban on online sports betting to curb black market.
Discussion on ANJ’s approval of promotional strategies.
Oireachtas committee questions exclusion of National Lottery from proposed gambling ad curbs.
Discussion on the upcoming changes brought by the Italian Gambling Reform.
Malta Gaming Authority denies ties to Italian crime boss Antonio Ricci, emphasizing commitment to regulatory integrity amid Operation Galaxy.
Netherlands considers total ban on gambling advertising to protect vulnerable groups.
Netherlands' Minister for Legal Protection, Franc Weerwind, hesitant on implementing universal loss limit, citing complexity and time constraints.
Considerations regarding Romania’s new database for self-excluded and undesirable persons in gambling.
Criticism against banning gambling ads on Stockholm public transport.
Gambling with Lives pushes for stricter penalties on gambling firms, seeking license revocation for serious violations to prevent tragedies.
Hippodrome Casino loses tax appeal, ordered to pay £447k bill.
Ukraine's Economic Security Bureau accuses unnamed gambling operator of tax evasion, seizing assets amid ongoing investigation into alleged illegal activities.
US Congresswoman warns of gambling's mental health risks.
Alabama lawmakers propose comprehensive gambling legislation, including lottery, casinos, and sports betting.
California sports betting plans stalled due to opposition from tribal and commercial operators.
Georgia senators pass SB 386, allowing sports gambling, but debate ensues over constitutional amendment requirement for ultimate passage.
Hawaii inches closer to legalizing online sports betting with House Bill 2765.
Kansas Senate introduces SB 432 to prohibit sports betting ads online, addressing concerns over potential harm to vulnerable populations.
Michigan introduces 1-800-GAMBLER, a helpline for problem gambling assistance.
Mississippi moves closer to legalizing sports betting as House Bill 774 advances to the Senate, proposing online platforms for 26 casinos.
Google Ads has updated its policy, allowing sports betting ads in North Carolina from certified, state-licensed entities.
Oklahoma Senate Bill 1434 advances, proposing in-person and statewide mobile sports betting, led by Senator Casey Murdock.
Wyoming considers House Bill 120 to authorize online casino wagering, building on established gaming market, with proposed regulation and tax allocations.
Colombia's Senate to review online gambling tax measures amid public welfare overhaul.
Super Bowl betting surge prompts Australian government's adoption of harm minimization approach to tackle gambling addiction.
A new study found that children as young as 12 expressed concerns about the impact of celebrity endorsements on promoting gambling as safe, attractive, and fun.