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Sc’s Senator Lindsey Graham is one of the most prominent ‘jokers’ on the PPA’s target list of anti-online gambling proponents.
The Poker Players Alliance (PPA) has generated a list of 22 politicians that the business is referring to as ‘jokers,’ highlighting lawmakers who are up for election in and who also oppose Internet poker november. The people on the list include applicants for the Senate, House of Representatives and gubernatorial positions, and feature both Republicans and Democrats who have compared online gambling.
‘Over the year that is past these ‘jokers’ have actually advocated for federal and/or state prohibitions for Internet poker. Some have even sought to criminalize those who perform,’ the PPA’s statement says. ‘We wish you will require the time to get hold of these lawmakers before Election and let your voice be heard day. It’s time to take the ‘jokers’ out of the deck!’
Most on List Are Likely to Win Elections
Most targets are expected to cruise to reelection victories this year. Those consist of big names, such as Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) and Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), who sponsored bills favored by Sheldon Adelson which would redefine the Wire Act to ban most kinds of on line gambling.
Perhaps the most vulnerable name on the list is that of Rick Scott, the Republican governor of Florida. He is locked in a very battle that is tight previous governor Charlie Crist, wi ادامه مطلب