States and some U.S. lawmakers could collide with each other over online gambling.
States considering plans to legalize online gambling could collide with Congress.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democrat from Nevada, and Sen. Jon Kyl, an Arizona Republican, are working on legislation that would legalize online poker but outlaw many other forms of online gambling, according to people briefed on the matter.
They have not introduced their plan in Congress and it's not known whether they would try to do so this year, the people briefed on the matter say.
Last summer, the senators told Attorney General Eric Holder they opposed legislation by states to legalize online gambling, as well as ...