Also worth reading is this piece over at Gambling911.com from February, in which Congressman Frank, who chairs the House Financial Services Committee, called for a two-year amnesty on the online gambling law.
Frank’s opposition to the prohibition of online gambling is nothing new, it’s worthing noting, as he was just as vocal seven years ago when the House tried to pass the Internet Gambling Prohibition Act of 2000.
As a good refresher of some of Frank’s spot-on talking points against prohibition, re-watch the video of him speaking before the House last summer on the issue after the jump . . .
Link to Barney Frank speaking against the prohibition of online gambling here.