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A second attempt to legalize internet gambling in the state of Hawaii appears to have little chance of passage due to the fact that it has stalled out in the Legislature.
The new bill was introduced January 18th and has not really garnered much support from the 50th State's politicians. If passed, the internet gambling bill would become the only legalized form of gambling in Hawaii.
Gaming publication Card Player wrote about the bill in a story, noting that: "A public hearing for the legislation was scheduled last month, but it was removed from the schedule shortly thereafter."