Online Poker Could Become Legal in U.S. With Proposed Bill

As the "fiscal cliff" looms, Congress is letting legislation languish that could bring in significant new revenue: a draft bill by Sens. Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Jon Kyle, R-Ariz., to regulate online poker. The Department of Justice last year cracked down on Internet gaming by shutting down the three largest providers of online poker in the United States, says John Pappas, executive director of the Poker Players Alliance. The three catered to about two-thirds of all poker players in the United...Full Story
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