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This week, as Delaware and Nevada signed an online poker agreement, California held meetings about that state's push for online poker legislation. A key Democratic lawmaker in the state says if online poker isn't passed this year, the federal government will step in soon to regulate the industry. But State of Nevada guest Jeff Ifrah says that's highly unlikely, and explains why he doesn't think California will pass online poker laws anytime soon.
 

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