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Licensing horse tracks to operate online poker websites in California is emerging as the crucial issue as members of rival American Indian coalitions meet individually...
The last push for regulated online poker in California has powerful support, but also faces significant headwinds, sources close to the process tell OPR.
An alliance of several American Indian tribes, racing interests, card clubs and Amaya is said to be planning a final California online poker push for...
Pechanga's suggestion of a potential compromise on the issue of regulated online poker in California has found little support among the racing industry.
In the wake of a report that California Senator Isadore Hall III won't be moving on online poker legislation this year come responses and refutations.
Two powerful tribes publicly call for consensus on bringing online poker to California while other stakeholders ratchet up rhetoric against opponents.
Barry Broad, a California labor union advocate, doesn't see movement happening on CA online poker legislation unless the horse racing industry is involved.
Chairman of politically powerful Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians stresses that California online poker licensing should exclude racetracks at GiGse 2015.
In his GiGse keynote speech, Frank Luntz urged regulated online gambling advocates to do more to educate lawmakers and consumers about the industry.
Hearings concerning shell online poker bills in the state of California, where there are 4 bills to legalize Internet poker, are expected later this month.
Powerful California tribe appears willing to work with Amaya and PokerStars for online poker in California, but only if tracks can be kept on the...
California racetracks are hoping they won't be left in the dust by powerful tribal factions if the state decides to pass a bill to regulate...
As the debate over California online poker continues, we analyze the importance - and unlikelihood - of tribal agreement on the role of race tracks.