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H.R.1174 Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection, and Enforcement Act, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jun 01, 2011 Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.

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  • 82% of users support H.R.1174

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    • Poker Players Alliance

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    • Oligarchy: Overcriminalized.com Legislative Update - March 11, 2012 by cwarrenrobertson - H.R. 1174 would also criminalize the knowing use of “electronic cheating devices” with the purpose of obtaining an advantage in any authorized internet gambling game by any person “initiating, receiving, or... H.R. 1183: ...

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      As noted by cwarrenrobertson on March 11, 2012, "H.R. 1174 would also criminalize the knowing use of “electronic cheating devices” with the purpose of obtaining an advantage in any authorized internet gambling game by any person “initiating, receiving, or... H.R. 1183: ..." (/url?q=http://oligarchyoflawyers.blogspot.com/2012/03/overcriminalizedcom-legislative-update_10.html&sa=U&ei=K2heT5GbIabK2AWjp6XnDg&ved=0CEYQmAEwBw&usg=AFQjCNF_SJiu0VV9MojjSFz2NsgmuBeWvg)
    • Oligarchy: Overcriminalized.com Legislative Update - March 11, 2012 by cwarrenrobertson - H.R. 1174 would also criminalize the knowing use of “electronic cheating devices” with the purpose of obtaining an advantage in any authorized internet gambling game by any person “initiating, receiving, or... H.R. 1183: ...

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      As noted by cwarrenrobertson on March 11, 2012, "H.R. 1174 would also criminalize the knowing use of “electronic cheating devices” with the purpose of obtaining an advantage in any authorized internet gambling game by any person “initiating, receiving, or... H.R. 1183: ..." (/url?q=http://oligarchyoflawyers.blogspot.com/2012/03/overcriminalizedcom-legislative-update_10.html&sa=U&ei=vwNdT9XILdPq2wXh4antDg&ved=0CDoQmAEwBA&usg=AFQjCNHQiFn5wlCc_ElKKqCOvzP6UTGI-w)
    • Indian Gaming > Bill in Utah ensures tribes can't engage in gaming ... - March 02, 2012 by Indianz.Com - “Were we to recognize gambling or permit HR 1174 to come in, the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act could easily be used as a method to give casino gambling for Utah.” Sen. John Valentine (R) was quoted as saying. H.R.1174 ...

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      As noted by Indianz.Com on March 02, 2012, "“Were we to recognize gambling or permit HR 1174 to come in, the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act could easily be used as a method to give casino gambling for Utah.” Sen. John Valentine (R) was quoted as saying. H.R.1174 ..." (/url?q=http://64.38.12.138/IndianGaming/2012/024614.asp&sa=U&ei=hgGGT4rqJqKssQL1j52pCg&ved=0CE8QmAEwCQ&usg=AFQjCNH_tzNRs8smjSZ1gvq1RoK04NbRyQ)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • NIGA: Staying In Line and On-Line for Internet Gaming - July 24, 2012 by indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com - Current bills introduced in the House of Representatives, H.R. 1174 (Rep. Campbell (R-California)) and H.R. 2366 (Rep. Barton (R-Texas)) continue to violate the principles set forth by the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. If H.R. 1174 is passed to ...

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      As noted by indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com on July 24, 2012, "Current bills introduced in the House of Representatives, H.R. 1174 (Rep. Campbell (R-California)) and H.R. 2366 (Rep. Barton (R-Texas)) continue to violate the principles set forth by the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act. If H.R. 1174 is passed to ..." (http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/07/24/niga-staying-in-line-and-on-line-for-internet-gaming-125193)
    • Nevada Casino Companies Ready for Intrastate Online Poker, But Federal Measure Still Holy Grail - June 14, 2012 by CardPlayer.com - Two bills currently in Congress, Rep. John Campbell’s HR1174 and Rep. Joe Barton’s HR2366, appear to be drawing dead, according to Fahrenkopf. The AGA hopes a third bill will be introduced in this Congress, one that would authorize only web poker.

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      As noted by CardPlayer.com on June 14, 2012, "Two bills currently in Congress, Rep. John Campbell’s HR1174 and Rep. Joe Barton’s HR2366, appear to be drawing dead, according to Fahrenkopf. The AGA hopes a third bill will be introduced in this Congress, one that would authorize only web poker." (http://www.cardplayer.com/poker-news/13505-nevada-casino-companies-ready-for-intrastate-online-poker-but-federal-measure-still-the-holy-grail)
    • Federal Online Poker Legislation Still on Nevada's Mind as Intrastate Industry Quickly Approaches - June 14, 2012 by CardPlayer.com - Two bills currently in the Congress, Rep. John Campbell’s HR1174 and Rep. Joe Barton’s HR2366, appear to be drawing dead, according to Fahrenkopf. The AGA hopes a third bill will be introduced in this Congress, one that would authorize only web poker.

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      As noted by CardPlayer.com on June 14, 2012, "Two bills currently in the Congress, Rep. John Campbell’s HR1174 and Rep. Joe Barton’s HR2366, appear to be drawing dead, according to Fahrenkopf. The AGA hopes a third bill will be introduced in this Congress, one that would authorize only web poker." (http://www.cardplayer.com/poker-news/13505-federal-online-poker-legislation-still-on-nevada-s-mind-as-intrastate-industry-quickly-approaches)
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