Much of the talk of gambling expansion in the United States – be it online or brick-and-mortar – in the last couple years has revolved around the Mid-Atlantic States, states like Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and Maryland. As you move further south, gambling prevalence goes down. Virginia, the state immediately south of the ones mentioned, for example, barely has any legalized gambling. There is the ubiquitous lottery, but that’s really it. State Senator Louise Lucas would like to change that, though, having recently introduced a bill to legalize poker in the Commonwealth.
Virginia Poker Legalization Bill Introduced, Internet Lottery Shot Down
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