video gaming ban 'will be tough' to pass

video gaming ban 'will be tough' to pass
Robert Ford, D-Charleston, who unsuccessfully ran for the Democratic nomination for governor in 2010 on a platform of bringing video poker back to the state, placed a minority report in the bill, meaning the ban is unlikely to pass this year.
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Online poker middleman pleads guilty in NYC
AP NEW YORK — A Canadian citizen pleaded guilty to US conspiracy charges Tuesday in connection with an investigation of Internet poker gambling that shut down the three largest online poker companies in the United States. Ryan Lang, 37, entered the …
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Online poker clears Senate hurdle in Iowa
DES MOINES — Backers of a bill to legalize online poker and bring it under state regulation were dealt a winning hand Tuesday in the Iowa Senate, but they may still have to fold if Republicans who control the House choose not to deal with the issue …
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