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California Online Poker Bill Passed By Appropriations Committee, Now To Assembly Floor

California online poker bill AB 2863 passed the Appropriations Committee, and will now head to the Assembly floor.

Proposed Amendments To California Online Poker Bill Show Compromise in the Works

Proposed amendments to California online poker bill show compromise in the works.

California Online Poker Bill Passes GO Committee with Unanimous Vote

California online poker bill AB 2863 passed the GO Committee with unanimous vote.

What To Expect From Today's Online Poker Bill Hearing in California

A preview of what to expect from online poker bill AB 2863's hearing in California on Wednesday, April 27, 2016.

California Assemblyman Adam Gray: "I Don't Anticipate the $60 Million Figure Changing"

California Assemblyman Adam Gray does not view the proposed $60 million horse racing subsidy in online poker bill AB 2863 as a figure up for negotiation.

Latest Online Poker Bill in California Introduced; Tribes Supportive

The battle to get online poker legalized in the most populous state in the U.S. continues with AB 2863, Assemblyman Adam Gray's latest effort in California. The bill, which can be viewed in full here, was introduced Feb. 19 and calls for up to...

Assemblyman Mike Gatto Gives Online Poker in California Less Than 10% of a Chance

California Assemblyman Mike Gatto nows gives online poker in California in 2016 less than 10 percent of a chance.

Third Time's a Charm: After An Unproductive Two Years, Will 2016 Bring More Online Poker?

After two unproductive years, Internet poker is entering 2016 with some momentum on the legislative front.

California Legislative Session Closes with No Online Poker in 2015

The California legislative session came to a close on Sept. 11 with no online poker in 2015.

BlogNews Weekly: PokerStars in California, Poker Tells, & Pocket Queens

Learn about the PokerStars grassroots campaign in California, some can't miss poker tells, and how to play pocket queens in this edition of BlogNews Weekly.

Online Poker Pulled from California Hearing; Horse Racing Tracks Adverse to Compromise

Online poker was not discussed at Wednesday's California Assembly Governmental Organization Committee hearing.

PokerStars Fighting For its Place in California With New Website

PokerStars is leading a coalition with a new website,, to help promote open and fair regulation of internet poker in California.

Foxwoods Survives Edge Sorting Lawsuit from Phil Ivey's "Queen of Sorts" Accomplice

Cheung Yin Sun, the so-called “Queen of Sorts,” also know as Phil Ivey's edge sorting accomplice, lost her law suit against Foxwoods Casino.

Anti-PokerStars Radio Ad Campaign Launched In California

A radio ad campaign paid strongly requests that California citizens fight against the inclusion of “corrupt companies like PokerStars in online poker legislation.

Appeals Court Rules Wisconsin Indian Tribe Can Offer Electronic Poker Tables

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit rules Wisconsin's Ho-Chunk Indian Tribe can offer electronic poker tables at Ho-Chunk Gaming Madison.

Impressions from 2015 NIGA Conference Part II: Are Tribal Casinos Ready for iGaming?

Last week, the 2015 National Indian Gaming Association concluded in San Diego. Here are our impressions from the conference's iGaming panels.

Impressions from 2015 NIGA Conference Part I: DFS, PokerStars, and iGaming Expansion

Last week, the 2015 National Indian Gaming Association concluded in San Diego. Here are our impressions from the conference's iGaming panels.

Caesars' Jan Jones Blackhurst Discusses Recent Alliance with PokerStars

PokerNews speaks to Jan Jones Blackhurst, Executive Vice President, Communications & Government Relations, about Caesars allying with PokerStars.

Three California Tribes Soften Bad Actor Stance; May Hurt State's Online Poker Chances

California's Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians, Pala Band of Mission Indians and United Auburn Indian Community soften stance regarding iPoker "Bad Actors."

2014 Year in Review: Online Poker Legislation in the U.S.

PokerNews' Matthew Kredell takes a look back at the online poker legislation that took place in the U.S. in 2014.