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Senator Reid's Gamble On Internet Poker
Senator Reid's Gamble On Internet Poker

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AIR DATE: February 1, 2013

Sen. Harry Reid has been championing a federal online poker law so that Nevada could use its experience to run the national business. But the law has run into one problem after another, and many members of Congress are leery of online gambling of any kind.  Sen. Reid may have made some serious tactical mistakes. Steve Friess has reported on the past and future of online poker and he joins us to explain why so many people are pessimistic. 
 
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Steve Friess, Technology Reporter, Politico.com
 
 
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