I don't go to two + two much any more; so I'm not all that up to speed with the legislature movement. Thought I'd post something I came across; which outlines, most probably, in part, some aspects of what we (and states) can expect to see. Online poker regulations best left to the pros - San Antonio Express-News
I also came across an article detailing Zynga seeking partners for online poker for mahneez. It's going to be interesting to see how "tools" players use(d) will be addressed or not; and how straight these companies and their respective oversight committees will be now that online poker has been politicized. I mean, an online gaming lobbying committee could be a hell of a beast, for and against the player.