California has been at it longer than any other state, but now multiple states are passing CA by when it comes to online gambling progress.
The only change on the online poker front is a shuffling of tribal and card room coalitions. Online poker, meanwhile, is going nowhere fast.
The latest California online poker bill attempts to find rooms for tribal casinos to compromise, with racing considerations and a vague bad actor clause.
California will take another stab at legalizing and regulating online poker this year, in what might be the best opportunity in recent years.
The state of Kentucky filed a lawsuit against PokerStars and parent company Amaya based on their operations with players from Kentucky between 2006-2011.
Jason Chaffetz called for a second hearing of RAWA, but we are not quite sure why. He might have an alternative idea or just wants to appeal to Adelson.
The NJ DGE did as thorough of a job as you can get with the Amaya Inc. license for PokerStars in New Jersey. Here is a summary of their findings.