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Two of California’s Native American casinos are hiring. In fact, these two CA casino properties are looking to fill hundreds of positions across the state.

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The Pechanga and Sycuan Tribes are investing $285 million and $226 million, respectively, to remain near the top of a very competitive CA casino industry.

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California lawmakers are calling 2017 a year of healing, but PokerStars remains committed to opening the United State’s largest legal online poker market.

California Assemblyman Reginald Jones-Sawyer submitted a new 2017 CA online poker bill, rekindling the state’s decade-long effort to legalize online poker.

2017 will mark the tenth year California has explored online poker. Solid progress was made in 2016, but a key issue still needs to be resolved.

A late session push and a new amendment is breathing new life into online poker efforts in CA, but will it be enough to get a bill across the finish line?

The California Assembly may readdress online poker when it returns on August 1, but it seems unlikely that AB 2863 will get the necessary votes to pass.

The Pechanga coalition has offered a solution to the ongoing debate over the suitability of PokerStars to operate in California – one unlikely to succeed.

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California Online Poker Debate Will Resume In August

June 30th, 2016 by Steve Ruddock

With the California legislature set to go on break for the month of July, all unfinished business, including online poker, will have to wait until August.

The California Assembly Appropriations Committee passed AB 2863, Adam Gray’s online poker bill. It is now eligible to be voted on by the full Assembly.