Have a listen here.
The World Series of Poker is underway. The tournament is perfectly legal. And anyone over 18 can play poker in a casino. But it has been illegal to play the game online since April 15, now known to poker fans as Black Friday. Policy Analyst Michelle Minton goes over the controversy and explains why prohibition doesn’t work.
Florida has one busy legislature. They spend their time on everything from the amount of toilet paper in restaurant bathrooms to fake testicles on the back of pickup trucks.
The mighty Solons of Florida have just passed a whopping 140 new regulations. Hopefully residents can keep them all straight! Highlights:
-If you sell horse meat for human consumption, you should be aware of new labeling rules.
-It is now illegal to own a Burmese python in Florida.
-Or a bong, for that matter.
-Florida’s $100 limit for poker buy-ins is repealed. There is no longer a limit on buy-in amount.
-Want to coach your kid’s youth sports team? You will have to pass a background check.
-The next time you buy over-the-counter cold medicine, you will have to show ID and sign a form.
Posted in regulation
Tagged bongs, burmese python, cold medicine, florida, horse meat, meth epidemic, no-limit poker, obscure regulations, poker, regulations, silly regulations, solons, toilet paper, trucknutz, youth sports