D.C. Council Committee OKs Online Gambling RepealThe D.C. Council has taken the first step toward repealing online gambling.
D.C. Council Poised To Repeal Online GamblingAfter becoming the first jurisdiction in the nation to legalize online gambling within its borders, the District of Columbia is poised to repeal the program before it launches.
Online Gambling In D.C. Faces Uncertain FutureThe District of Columbia Council remains bitterly divided on how, or even if, the nation's capital should have the first government-run online gambling venture in the United States.
General Assembly Considering Proposal For Online Gambling In Md.Buying a lottery ticket could soon be as easy as clicking your mouse. The federal government now says it's okay for states to sell them online.
O'Malley Opposes Federal Online GamblingMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says state revenues would be hurt if Congress legalizes online gambling.
Online Poker In D.C. Won't Have High StakesResidents of the nation's capital could be able to play government-sponsored Texas Hold `Em poker and other online games within three months, but some wonder if the stakes are too small for the games to generate much interest or revenue.