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The upcoming Indian Country Online Congress comes at a crucial time for legal online poker in California, as legislation is being considered in the state.
AB 431 is released by the Assembly Appropriations Committee, leaving upcoming hearings in June and July as the next focal points for California online poker.
Dueling coalitions push a California Assembly committee in opposite directions on AB 431, a bill aimed at regulating online poker in California.
Two powerful tribes publicly call for consensus on bringing online poker to California while other stakeholders ratchet up rhetoric against opponents.
Churchill Downs has struck a deal with California card clubs Oceans 11 and Crystal Casino to work together on a California online poker product.
Two of the site's most recognizable pros will host a public demonstration in the state capitol the day after a key hearing for California online...
Barry Broad, a California labor union advocate, doesn't see movement happening on CA online poker legislation unless the horse racing industry is involved.
Information about the amended version of AB 431, the California online poker bill that recently moved through a critical committee vote in the Assembly.
Estimates for the value of regulated online poker in California range by hundreds of millions of dollars. We make sense of the various projections inside....
While key issues remain, the vote in the Governmental Organization Committee for AB 431 moves California regulated online poker a step toward passage.
Chairman of politically powerful Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians stresses that California online poker licensing should exclude racetracks at GiGse 2015.
A series of legislative meetings could set the stage for bills that seek to regulate online poker in California. Questions, answers and analysis inside.
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...
Politically powerful group of tribes registers full-throated opposition to online poker bill proposed by California Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer (AB 167)
As the debate over California online poker continues, we analyze the importance - and unlikelihood - of tribal agreement on the role of race tracks.
Heads of the Governmental Organization Committees in the Senate and Assembly announce a parallel effort to regulate California online poker with new bill.
The timing of the second edition of the iGaming Legislative Symposium (IGLS) – slated for February 26 at the Sheraton Grand in Sacramento, California – couldn’t be much better, coming at the...
Statements from Caesars execs suggest gaming giant is rethinking its position on PokerStars' role in the US regulated online poker market.
AB 167 - a new bill to legalize California online poker - seeks to resolve some of the long-standing stumbling blocks to California online poker...
Assemblyman Mike Gatto announces a series of amendments to AB 9, his bill to bring regulated online poker to California.
Assemblyman Mike Gatto describes his vision for California online poker in detail - including his approach to bad actors - in this exclusive OPR interview.
Coalition of PokerStars, Morongo, San Manuel and trio of California card rooms responds to AB 9, a newly-introduced California online poker bill.
A new bill introduced in the California Assembly marks the first step in California's push to regulate online poker in 2015.