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Senators Clash On Internet Poker

Nevada's two senators are at loggerheads over how to proceed with a bill to legalize Internet poker. The bill has bipartisan support among Nevadans, especially the governor and the casinos, who think it will boost the sagging local economy. But Senate Republicans are less than enthusiastic, and it will take 15 to get the bill to pass.
 
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