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A recent district court ruling that a Santa Ysabel online bingo site violated the UIGEA also offered the tribe a shard of hope regarding online...
Continued divisions over suitability language, and shifting political priorities leave stakeholders and observers feeling pessimistic about California online poker in 2017.
Reporter Dave Palermo offers his take on the underlying issues causing division among tribes over California online poker legislation.
With a friendly bill being introduced, Pechanga and other California tribes are now exploring their online poker partnership options.
PokerStars is strongly opposing a bill that would keep it out of the California online poker market for five years, but does that make it...
With an Aug. 31 legislative deadline looming, powerful CA tribes are said to be open to adjusting the bad actor penalty period in online poker...
The CA Assembly is toying with passing an online poker bill, but it may all come down to which coalition non-PokerStars and Pechanga groups line...
Some members of a coalition supporting "bad actor" restrictions for online poker in California may have flexibility in their position, but questions remain.
Does online poker legislation have a chance to pass in California before the legislature adjourns? That all depends on whom you ask.
Many California tribes and card rooms have an online poker partner, but just as many do not. Here's who these tribes and card rooms could...
The term "obstructionist" has been thrown around freely in the California online poker debate, but it shouldn't apply to just the Pechanga coalition.
Frustration boils over into anger as suitability divisions continue to stall the decade-long push to regulate California online poker.
A coalition of California tribes opposed to current online poker legislation in the state proposed amendments to the bill that would remove its opposition.
A California online poker bill passes through Appropriations, but more concessions by PokerStars will likely be necessary for a win on the Assembly floor.
A survey conducted by politically influential tribal coalition finds California voters are more opposed to online poker legalization now than ever before.
The political clout of seven American Indian tribes is being put to the test in what is becoming a volatile lobbying war over online poker...
Support for California online poker bill continues to grow, to point where bill may move forward despite opposition from several powerful tribes.
Reactions from politically powerful stakeholders suggest recent changes to Adam Gray's California online poker bill may not go far enough.
An online poker bill with details on contentious issues - including tax rate and suitability language - appears headed for a June 15 hearing in...
As stakeholders reach alignment on the question of racing industry participation in California online poker, suitability is now the primary sticking point.
Following insider trading charges against former Amaya CEO David Baazov, and ahead of a hearing next week, California's online poker bill has been updated.
California's United Auburn Indian Community has joined the PokerStars coalition. A larger coalition doesn't mean online poker can overcome its challenges.
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...
Pechanga's suggestion of a potential compromise on the issue of regulated online poker in California has found little support among the racing industry.
Two powerful tribes publicly call for consensus on bringing online poker to California while other stakeholders ratchet up rhetoric against opponents.