Bad Actor Concession Appears in Latest CA Poker Bill

A small, but significant, addition to Adam Gray´s Californian Internet poker bill would appear to have been introduced to appease those opposed to bad actors.

Tribes Want Online Poker in California ahead of DFS

The California Nations Indian Gaming Association has expressed its disappointment that DFS legislation is being given precedence over online poker regulation.

California Online Poker Bills Dead – Or Not Dead Yet?

Depending on which GO Chairman you listen to, the prospects for the regulation of online poker in California this year are dead, or still on life support.

California Poker Bill Passes Second Procedural Stage

The California State Assembly’s Appropriations Committee yesterday passed Adam Gray´s shell bill after Republican committee members abstained from voting.

More Obstacles Manifest in California i-Poker Hearing

Yesterday´s joint “informational” hearing of California´s GO Committees only served to add further obstacles to the regulation of online poker in California.

Publication of AB 431 Amendments Reveals Massive Climb-Down

The publication of amendments to Adam Gray´s California i-gaming Bill (AB 431) reveal just how far he had to climb down to get his (lack of) proposals passed.

California GO Committee Passes AB 431 i-Gaming Bill

Yesterday´s meeting of California´s Governmental Organization “GO” Committee concluded with a unanimous vote in favor of the passage of Adam Gray´s AB 431.

More Delays as California i-Gaming Hearing Postponed

The “informational” hearing of Adam Gray´s AB431 was inexplicably removed from the agenda of yesterday´s Government Organization committee meeting.

Hearings Scheduled for California Online Gambling Proposals

After a period of intensive inactivity, four hearings have been scheduled in the near future to discuss the online gambling proposals introduced in California.

Pechanga Tribe Softens Objection to Bad Actors in California

According to reports from the recent NIGA convention, the Pechanga Tribe has softened its objections to “bad actors” being involved in California i-gaming.