Report: No Republican Support In Senate For Web Poker, Says Harry Reid
Issue Continues To Look Ultra Grim On Capitol Hill
Not surprisingly, efforts to legalize online poker on a federal level haven’t gone anywhere during the lame duck session, thus far.
Nevada Senator Harry Reid, a Democrat, told reporters on Tuesday that there isn’t any Republican support for his federal online poker idea, Stephens Washington Bureau reported.
Online poker is only legal in Nevada and Delaware.
To read more check out the article via the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
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