Wallsend MP Sonia Hornery 'supportive' of pre-loaded poker machine cards mooted by the NSW government as part of potential gaming reforms

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By Max McKinney
October 13 2020 - 6:00pm
POTENTIAL CHANGES: Under potential reforms being considered by the NSW government, poker machine players would have to use a pre-loaded card.

WALLSEND MP Sonia Hornery has offered in-principle support for cashless poker machines and harm-minimisation measures the NSW government is considering as part of gaming reforms, but does not want pubs and clubs "borne" with the cost of implementing changes.

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Max McKinney

Journalist at Newcastle Herald

Max McKinney is a sports reporter with the Newcastle Herald. He previously worked in news, reporting on local government and transport. He is covering the Newcastle Knights in 2022, along with local sport.

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