The Las Vegas Review-Journal is reporting that the Reid/Kyl online poker bill will not be moving forward in the current session of Congress.
Sen. Harry Reid discussed the status of a possible U.S. online poker bill in a press conference on Tuesday.
Short answer: lousy to lame. Longer answer inside.
Dead or no, the Reid bill continues to generate coverage. Read our recap of what’s being said around the net today about Reid’s stalled attempt to regulate online poker.
In what could mark the end of a tumultuous period for online poker players, ESPN.com reports that Harry Reid’s bid to regulate online poker is off the lame duck table.
The plot thickens (or does it?) as the clock runs down on the chances for online poker regulation in the current lame-duck session of Congress
A new draft of the Reid bill to regulate online poker is floating around, with several significant updates. Read more about what’s new inside.
Get the word from the horse’s mouth on the issue of the Reid bill – AGA head Frank Fahrenkopf speaks out on the bill.
Coverage begins to pick up steam as the lame-duck push by Reid to regulate poker approaches the endgame.
A scheduled vote for a landmark poker bill is delayed for procedural reasons.