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Pala Chairman Reacts to New Jersey Becoming Third State to Legalize Online Gaming
March 07, 2013
On February 26, Gov...
First Federal Online Poker Bill Revealed
September 13, 2012
The newly unveiled draft federal Internet poker bill sponsored by senators Jon Kyl (R-Arizona) and Harry Reid (D-Nevada) allows only online poker and off-track betting on horse rac...
California Internet Gaming Bills Face Senate Committee
July 12, 2011
Opposing online poker bills face the Senate Government Organization Committee on July 12, reported Capitol Weekly ...
DC to Allow Internet Gambling
April 18, 2011
The District of Columbia will be the first U.S...
‘All in for California’ Website Supports Internet Gambling
February 09, 2011
The California Online Poker Association (COPA), a group of 21 tribes and non-Indian card clubs, launched the All In For California website to encourage people to vote yes on the pa...
If N.J. Allows Online Gaming, Calif. May Follow
January 23, 2011
California Poker Face-Off
December 13, 2010
California tribes are at odds over legalizing Internet poker in the state, reports The Press-Enterprise...
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