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November 07, 2006

GOP's online-gambling ban

By Walter Olson

It wasn't just bad policy; it was also dumb politically (Amy Calistri, "Online Gambling Bill Co-sponsors Are Vulnerable for Re-election", PokerNews, Nov. 6; Radley Balko, "The Green Felt Revolution?", Reason "Hit and Run", Nov. 6)(cross-posted from Overlawyered).

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