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LA Times - Get rid of gambling restrictions!

Discussion in 'Online Casinos' started by dominique, Apr 9, 2007.

    Apr 9, 2007
  1. dominique

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  3. lojo

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    Every bit of awareness that can be put out there has to help the situation. A lot of people read that... will it sink in?
     
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  5. dominique

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    At least it's a member of the mainstream media taking a definite stance.

    We need more of that.
     
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  7. jetset

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    The LA Times has been a consistent critic of the US government's hypocritical actions (ie carve-outs) when it comes to online gambling legislation, and it has frequently highlighted the issue.

    The editorial on the manner in which the UIGEA was rammed through Congress was particularly scathing.
     

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