Four more for Barney

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Four more for Barney

The list of political co-sponsors for Congressman Barney Frank's attempt to legalise and regulate Online Gambling in the United States, HR 2267, continues to grow, with four new names added this week.

Representatives Lynn C. Woolsey of California, Christopher S. Murphy of Connecticut, William Lacy Clay of Missouri, and Adam B. Schiff of California are the latest congressional representatives to give their support to the bill, which is currently on hold due to pressure of economic legislative requirements but which Frank wants to re-energise in October, and certainly before the end of the current session of Congress.

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