He’s done it before so he can do it again. That’s the attitude of Congressman Barney Frank as he rallies members of the online gambling lobby in Washington to delay the UIGEA’s compliance deadline for a second time. Thing is, the Treasury and Fed already said last November that there wasn’t enough evidence to justify a 12-month delay, and with the National Thoroughbred Racing Association non-committal on re-signing the new petition, can Frank really pull it off this time? Read more.
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