I'm sure there are some. My state (Michigan) just passed an online gaming bill through the Senate and House of Reps. Bill will be hitting the Governors desk on Thursday the 19th. All signs point to her approving and signing the bill into law and the plan is to have poker-sportbetting-online casino and fantasy sports live and running by March Madness. Hope this holds up. I am ready for some online gaming!!
Point being, hopefully with more states coming on board with online poker, they will go ahead with interstate poker rooms/servers/liquidity where all the states play on 1 poker room. One thing for sure is that the United States will never be part of the global network on like stars.com . The US gov is to greedy to be sharing ANY of the tax money with other countries.
thats awesome, for being only Pa there is still tons of again, and I'm not sure that we'll ever see states sharing sites, for example Pokerstars Pa is run out of Mt Airy casino so not sure how that would work