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Xenophon Votes Against Pokies Bill
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Publish-date-icon December 1, 2012
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The Federal Government finally passed poker machine reforms through the Lower House after two years of political debate and public campaigning.

Pubs and clubs will need voluntary pre-commitment technology on their machines, though the first venues will not switch it on until 2018.

Clubs Australia and the Australian Hotels Association have welcomed the reforms but some say they haven’t gone far enough and won’t stop problem gamblers from losing their money.

Matt Hogan spoke to Federal Independent Senator for South Australia, Nick Xenephon.

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