Posts Tagged ‘AB 167’

Proponents of legal California online poker are discouraged with the issue locked in a years-long stalemate, but things might not be as bad as they seem.

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A hearing on Wednesday will address 3 California gambling bills covering 3 topics: online poker in CA, daily fantasy sports legality, and sports betting.

Despite a bill passing the GO Committee for the first time, efforts to legalize California online poker are dead for 2015, the 8th such failure for poker.

PokerStars is continuing its California online poker lobbying efforts, kicking off the PokerStars Pro Tour. Plus, online poker bill AB167 gets a reschedule.

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Last week AB 431, a bill aimed of regulating California online poker, was moved through the Appropriations Committee with Republicans declining to vote.

With an incredibly complex gaming landscape, regulating online poker in California will be complicated. Here, a look at major gaming industry players in CA.

With four hearings set that will address legalizing California online poker, a look at what will likely be a long process before the game is regulated.

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2015 is said to offer the best chance for passing a bill to allow legal online poker in California, but time to move legislation forward is running short.

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A look at the most important California online poker news of the week, from the progress of four internet poker bills pending in the state now to Pechanga.

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Is Opposition to PokerStars Fizzling Out in California?

February 12th, 2015 by Steve Ruddock

Last year 13 California tribes banded together to oppose the PokerStars coalition which included the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, Commerce Casino, Bicycle Casino, and Hawaiian Gardens Casino. But now in 2015 the tribal coalition appears to be cracking. One tribe has flat out left the coalition, and two others seem willing to entertain the […]