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California Constitution
Article 4 Section 19 - Gambling
California Penal Code
California Penal Code Section 330-337z
Business and Professions Code
The PDF only provides the introductory section of the Act. Using the links page connect to the "Offical California Legislative Information" web site. Click on California law. Place a check next to: "Business and Professions Code", enter section 19800. The regulations go from 19800 to 19987. This section is known as the California Gambling Control Act.
Business and Profession Code
Horseracing - Code 19400 - 19705
Public Health and Safety Code
Section 33426.5 (c)
Governor's Off-Reservation Proclamation
May 13, 2010: Regulation-MINIMUM INTERNAL CONTROL STANDARDS FOR GAMBLING ESTABLISHMENTS
On April 6, 2010, the Office of Administrative Law approved regulations that implement the second phase of minimum internal control standards (MICS) for gambling establishments. These regulations were filed with the Secretary of State on April 6, 2010, and will become effective May 6, 2010, with delayed compliance dates for some provisions of December 1, 2011 and June 1, 2013, as specified.
May 13, 2010: REGULATION - PORTABLE PERSONAL KEY EMPLOYEE LICENSES
Under the provisions of SB 730, a key employee license entitles the holder to work as a key employee in any key employee position at any gambling establishment, provided the key employee terminates employment with one gambling enterprise before commencing work for another. SB 730 also required the Commission’s schedule of fees to distinguish between initial and renewal licenses with respect to costs and charges.
1955: State Senate Interim Committee of Indian Affairs
Progress Report, States investigation as to the impacts of federal termination of Indians on California Indians and the impacts to the State, Counties and Cities.