The House of Representatives' Ways and Means Committee will be holding a meeting on Wednesday about internet poker and gambling, in the latest step forward for legalization and regulation in the United States.
The House Committee on Financial Services is going to discuss a pair of bills that could have a huge impact on the future of online poker in the United States.
In perhaps the most comprehensive look at the push for legalization of online poker and gambling in the United States by a mainstream publication, The Washington Post published a story on the subject in its Sunday edition.
Poker players will want to pay particular attention to an upcoming Congressional hearing - and work to make sure their representatives do too.
Members of the U.S. Congress have been attempting to overturn the 2006 Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act by introducing new legislation. But now they are taking a different tack -- at least to delay the UIGEA's implementation.