The Reid BillTM is kind of like one of the zombies from The Walking Dead right now: yeah, it’s technically dead, but it’s still staggering along looking to gnash its teeth into something and continue its life.
With that in mind, here’s a weekend Reid Bill link update:
:: Now the overwhelming consensus is that online poker regulation will be attached to the Spending Bill. [link]
:: State lotteries aren’t happy about the Reid Bill because it may mean they won’t be able to fleece as much from the poor. [link]
:: Thinking Poker thinks it’s going to be really, really bad for online poker if the Reid Bill doesn’t happen. [link]
:: Finally, check out PTP for their comprehensive run-down of the latest Reid Bill happenings. [link]
:: Reid is putting his “foot on the gas” this week with online poker regulation. [link]
:: Pros and cons of the 15-month blackout period. [link]
:: Possible iPoker house bill now too? [link]
:: The Atlantic on why poker sharks are for (or against) the Reid Bill. [link]
More thumbs below of Candice Swanepoel in a bikini.