North Carolina Poker News
Posted 18 May 2012 by dlbarlowe
On the same day a bill that would allow North Carolina's only casino to offer live dealer card games was introduced to the state's Senate, it was passed by the legislative body by a vote of 33 – 14. The bill will now move to North Carolina's House of Representatives. If the measure is passed by the House, the bill will affirm changes to a gambling compact that were agreed upon by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and North Carolina's Governor, Beverly Perdue, late last year.
Posted 02 Dec 2011 by PokerJanitor
The state of North Carolina is currently considering a new version of their Cherokee Gambling Compact, which could lead to the legalization of "games of dice, roulette and live poker while also establishing clear-cut regulatory guidelines for operators of video sweepstakes," according to iGaming Business.
For now, the legislation is in the hands of the state's generally assembly. Though controlled by the Republican party, it will be Governor Beverly Perdue, a Democrat, who presides over the