Barney Frank’s HR 2046 Bill has more co-sponsors

12 July 2007

Frank’s team is sure growing, as we watch more and more politicians signing to join.

Two more House of Representatives signed to co-sponsor the Internet Gambling Legalization Bill, started by Barney Frank. Congressman Anthony D. Weiner, from New York has signed to co-sponsor. Representing the second district of Mississippi, Bennie G. Thompson has also signed to co-sponsor the bill.

Although it appeared that Barney Frank’s bill started off a bit slow, It has gained much power in the last few weeks, making a total of 28 that have joined as co-sponsors.

A hearing is scheduled tomorrow on Frank’s bill. Unless it has been changed, we will keep you updated on the outcome.

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