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California Bill SB-678 Receives Key Changes

September 9th, 2013 by James Guill

As first reported by Martin Shapiro of QuadJacks, California Senate Bill 678 (SB-678) received several key updates yesterday.   A bill that lacked substance, it now covers most key elements required to get gaming going in the state.  Below are some of the recent changes in the bill, including those added yesterday. Who Can Apply The […]

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California iGaming Bill Off the Table Until Next Year

August 21st, 2013 by Bill Grinstead

According to a tweet by the Poker Players Alliance (PPA), the California online poker bill SB 678 will not be discussed before the close of this year’s Legislature. The full tweet by @ppapoker reads: “Update CA: sources confirm that amended Correa bill will not be brought up b4 end of session. work on iPoker to […]

California Senator Lou Correa has amended his online poker bill, SB 678, and reclassified it as an “Urgency Bill.” The change comes just weeks before the close of the California legislative session on September 13, and if passed, would become effective immediately upon enactment. Urgency bills affect public safety, health or peace and require approval […]

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