While regulated online poker in California continues to be stymied by the gaming interests involved, progress may come in the form of legislative hearings.
The stalemate over online poker legislation in California continues as a coalition of tribes stated their formal opposition to an ipoker bill.
Hopes of regulating online poker in California have taken a turn for the worse with new rumors sprouting that the impasse is desired by certain lawmakers.
The recent introduction of legislation on the federal level aiming to ban online gambling has created anxiety among California tribes.
Online poker legislation in California continues to be held back by seven Indian tribes divided into three groups with separate agendas.
California lawmakers have another online poker bill to consider during the 2015 legislative session as Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer introduced AB 167.
As expected, the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel in California are fighting back against the state shutting down their online bingo site.
The Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel have made a few changes to their PrivateTable.com website, apparently continuing to move forward with real-money play.
The online poker bill proposed earlier this week by California Assemblyman Mike Gatto does not sit well with the coalition that includes PokerStars.
As expected, an online poker bill was proposed in California for the 2015 legislative session, as the state tries again to pass ipoker regulations.