Reid’s office: Legalizing online poker still on lame-duck agenda – Las Vegas Sun

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Reid’s office: Legalizing still on lame-duck agenda – Las Vegas Sun
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s staff said late Wednesday that he is still intent on pushing for legislation during the lame duck session to legalize
online poker. The remarks came in response to a Sun article posted online earlier in the poker

Legalizing looks like a long shot – Las Vegas Sun
Kyl “would object to slipping an unrelated
online poker bill into a bipartisan agreement to extend when they passed the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act — the law that made it illegal to process financial transactions online for the online poker

Harry Reid gambles that his bill can slip through with Obama’s controversial tax cut measure – Los Angeles Times
Wow, what are the odds of catching Nevada Sen. Harry Reid with a smile on? About as good as anyone’s chances of winning big playing
online poker. The new 71-year-old Harry is happy because he won a fifth Senate term last month in his bid to outlast the online poker

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