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Tag: Indian Tribes

California Assemblyman on Internet Poker: "We Have To Be Patient So We Get This Right"

California Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer explains why his Internet poker bill died in session this month.

Breaking Down the Legality of Cheung Yin Sun's Edge-Sorting Lawsuit Against Foxwoods

Attorney Mac VerStandig weighs in on Cheung Yin Sun's lawsuit against Foxwoods Casino regarding various "edge sorting" allegations.

Two California Online Poker Bills Shelved for 2014; New Bill to be Introduced in December

Two online poker bills in California have been shelved for 2014, but a new bill is set to be introduced first thing next session in December.

Could Disallowing Participation of Horse Racing Tracks Stop California Online Poker?

Whether or not to allow horse racing tracks to participate in online poker may prevent legislation from passing in California this year.

25 California Card Rooms Issue Letter Supporting Internet Poker Legislation

Twenty-five California card rooms, including popular Los Angeles clubs Hollywood Park and Hustler, issued a letter to state lawmakers supporting Internet poker legislation.

The 50-State iGaming Initiative: Hawaii to Iowa

A state-by-state look at the current iGaming landscape in the United States. Which states are primed for iGaming? Which are likely to pass? Find out here.

PokerStars Inks Online Poker Partnership in California

PokerStars has agreed to an Internet poker partnership with the Morongo Band of Mission Indians and three major card clubs in California.

The 50-State iGaming Initiative: Colorado to Georgia

A state-by-state look at the current iGaming landscape in the United States. Which states are primed for iGaming? Which are likely to pass? Find out here.

PokerNews Feature: The Future of Online Poker in the U.S. -- Is Your State Next?

PokerNews' Matthew Kredell examines the future of online poker in the U.S. Which state will launch next? Will Sheldon Adelson's plot to ban Internet poker work?

California Reacts to Sen. Feinstein's Support of Online Gambling Ban

California's Indian tribes and gaming concerns respond to the news that Sen. Dianne Feinstein has co-sponsored a bill that would ban online gambling.

Tribal Leaders Confident in iGaming Prospects for Indian Country

Ernie Stevens Jr., chairman of NIGA, and Valerie Red-Horse, owner of Red-Horse Financial Group Inc, are confident in iGaming prospects in Indian country.

California Assemblyman: Still a Chance for Online Poker in 2014

California Assemblyman Isadore Hall says there's still a chance for legalized online poker in the Golden State by the end of 2014.

TIGA Receives Letter of Recognition and Support from Isle of Man Government

The Government of the Isle of Man has issued a letter of recognition and support to the Tribal Internet Gaming Alliance (TIGA).

Is Wisconsin the Next State to Enter iGaming Mix?

Is Wisconsin primed to enter the iGaming fray? One tribe in the Northern part of the state thinks so, while many lawmakers are aware of the issue.

The 50-State iGaming Initiative: Alabama to California

A state-by-state look at the current iGaming landscape in the United States. Which states are primed for iGaming? Which are likely to pass. Find out here.

PokerNews Exclusive: Seminole Hard Rock Poker Sets the Bar High for 2014

Florida’s Seminole Hard Rock Poker revealed their plans for 2014 including the poker brand’s first Player of the Year contest and some tasty details about upcoming events.

Focus of Efforts for U.S. Online Poker Is More About Defense Than Offense in 2014

John Pappas and the Poker Players Alliance ready to stand tall and face Sheldon Adelson and company, stating the focus of efforts to license and regulate Internet poker in the U.S. will be more about defense than offense in 2014.

Federal Government Intervenes in Oklahoma Tribal Online Poker Compact

U.S. Department of the Interior stopped Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes from offering online poker to international players through its website pokertribes.com.

Indian Tribes Look to Capitalize on Internet Gaming in U.S.

With more and more states showing interest in online gambling, Indian tribes across the country want a piece of the market.

Inside Gaming: Federal Commission Concerned About Macau, Tribes Eye iGaming, and More

Inside Gaming examines potential issues in Macau, Native American tribes planning for internet gambling, and an EU official scrutinizing Austrian gaming laws.

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