Hearing on Internet Poker to be Held in DC Next Week

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/18/2011
Internet Poker

The U.S. House of Representatives’ Subcommittee for Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade is scheduled to hold a hearing on Internet poker next Tuesday, October 25, 2011.  Texas Republican Congressman Joe Barton’s Online Poker Act of 2011 will be discussed during this hearing and witnesses will be brought forward.

The Poker Players Alliance, which revealed the upcoming hearing, will be meeting with members of the subcommittee and various staff members.

TwoPlusTwo.com member Lastlife has posted a breakdown of members of the Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade Committee along with their position related to legalized online poker:   

 

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Joe Barton, TX Facebook Contact Twitter
John D. Dingell MI Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Edolphus Towns, NY Facebook Contact Twitter
Bobby L. Rush, IL Facebook Contact Twitter
Marsha Blackburn, TN Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Fred Upton, MI Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Leonard Lance, NJ Facebook Contact
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G. K. Butterfield, NC Facebook Contact
Cliff Stearns, FL Facebook Contact Twitter
Mary Bono Mack, CA Facebook Contact Twitter
Mike Ross, AR Facebook Contact Twitter
Uknown/Undecided
Jan Schakowsky, IL Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Charles A. Gonzalez, TX Facebook Contact Twitter
Charles F. Bass, NH Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Gregg Harper, MS Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Bill Cassidy, LA Facebook Contact Twitter
Brett Guthrie, KY Facebook Contact Twitter
Pete Olson, TX Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter Twitter
David McKinley, WV Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Mike Pompeo, KS Facebook Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Adam Kinzinger, IL Facebook Facebook Contact Twitter
Jim Matheson, UT Facebook Contact Twitter
Henry A. Waxman, CA Contact

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