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Discussion in 'Political Rants' started by P.V., Aug 11, 2012.

    Aug 11, 2012
  1. P.V.

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    BREAKING NEWS:

    Campaign sources tell NBC News Wisconsin rep. Paul Ryan is Mitt Romney's VP pick. Developing.

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    US Election

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — A new Republican party platform adopted at last week's GOP national convention in Florida opposes online gambling, putting it at odds with the position many elected Nevada Republicans take.

    The plank in the platform — listed under the heading "Making the Internet Family-Friendly" — links online gambling to gambling addiction.


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    REPUBLICAN POLICY ON ONLINE GAMBLING WILL NOT HINDER NEVADA LICENSING (Update)

    Out of touch with reality, says regulator

    It hasn't taken long for Nevada regulators to react to the news last week that the Republican Party's latest manifesto includes an anti-online gambling clause.

    Within hours of the news emerging, the Las Vegas television station MyNew3 KSNV had contacted Nevada governor Brian Sandoval and been told that he didn't agree with the policy, and that it would not deter the state from continuing to pursue it’s safe and secure online poker legalisation initiative by the end of this year as the future of gaming.

    He was supported by Nevada Gaming Control Board chairman Mark Lipparelli, who said that lawmakers were uninformed; online gambling was a multi-billion dollar industry and banning it was a poor strategy that ignored reality.

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    Thanks, no thanks option for some reason.
     

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