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Calif. Online Poker Legislation Saga Ends for 2016
In nearly eight years of efforts, California legislators made the most significant progress toward legalizing online poker in 2016...
Calif. Committee Passes I-Poker Bill
Yesterday, the California Assembly Appropriations Committee passed a statewide, online poker legalization and regulation bill...
New York Senate Approves Online Poker Wagering Bill
Last night the New York Senate voted to legalize online poker in the state, opening doors for New York's 11 racetrack casinos to apply for i-gaming licenses, reported syracuse.com ...
Tribal, Commercial Coalition Unites to Support Calif. Online Poker Bill
A new coalition of 21 California tribes, card rooms, racetracks and unions may prove instrumental in moving the needle forward on the authorization of a new online poker bill in th...
CNIGA Chairman Backs New Internet Poker Bill
California Assemblyman Adam Gray introduced the newest effort to regulate and legalize online poker in the state on Friday, February 19...
CNIGA Urges Lawmakers to Put I-Poker Bill Back on Agenda
On Wednesday, California lawmakers in Sacramento pulled an Internet poker (I-poker) bill from the schedule to focus on measures concerned with regulating fantasy sports and sports ...
Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Prepares to Launch State's First Online Gaming Site
A small, 800-member tribe in Oklahoma is on the verge of becoming the first tribe in the state to launch an international gaming website with cash payouts...
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Ditch Pursuit of International Site PokerTribes.com
A month after a new tribal government took office, the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes are abandoning plans to pursue online gaming outside U.S. borders through PokerTribes.com...
First Federal Online Poker Bill Revealed
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...
United Auburn Indian Community and Bwin.party Ink Online Poker Deal
The United Auburn Indian Community (UAIC) recently entered into a ten-year agreement with Bwin.party digital, the world's largest listed online gaming company, to provide the techn...
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