War of words over NSW pokies policies

By Phoebe Loomes
Updated January 18 2023 - 9:45am, first published January 17 2023 - 2:43pm
A 12-month trial of cashless gaming cards is planned if NSW Labor wins the next state election. (Dan Peled/AAP PHOTOS)
A 12-month trial of cashless gaming cards is planned if NSW Labor wins the next state election. (Dan Peled/AAP PHOTOS)

Treasurer Matt Kean has described the NSW opposition's proposed poker machine reforms as a policy "written by the gaming industry", as the major parties exchange fire over the bubbling election issue.

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