California’s legislature took a step forward toward allowing online poker in the state on Monday.
An important hearing will take place in the California legislature on Monday that will have a major impact on the future of online poker in the state.
Mississippi and Washington have recently introduced legislation that would regulate online gaming and online poker, joining California as states in the U.S. considering the possibilities of online gaming.
One of two pieces of legislation that would regulate and legalize online poker in California is dead, at least for this year, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is reporting that the Reid/Kyl online poker bill will not be moving forward in the current session of Congress.
As the state of California continues to grapple with budget issues, the local casino industry is seizing the opportunity to position regulated online poker as a powerful weapon in the budget arsenal.
The state of California currently has two active pieces of legislation that would regulate intrastate online poker. What would these bills mean for the state?
Sen. Rod Wright introduces another poker bill, SB 45, on Thursday that would create a regulatory framework for online poker in California.
California Gaming Tribes are trying to pass online poker bill before Reid bill can pass
As New Jersey moves quickly to regulate intra-state gambling, another state looks to get in on the ground floor of the online gambling industry in the US.