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Linked Article California casino opening postponed to 2021
01/15/2020 YOGANET.COM
Linked Article County, tribe agree on terms of casino move
By Reggie Ellis JAN 15, 2020
Linked Article Troff document What are casino hosts and why they’ll be your best friend at the resort
By ALEX GROVES | [email protected] | The Press-Enterprise PUBLISHED: January 15, 2020
Linked Article Diamond Jim’s Casino restaurant closed due to rat droppings
Jan 15, 2020 by: Joseph Luiz KGET
Linked Article TRIBE ACCEPTS MAJORITY OF PALM SPRINGS SUGGESTIONS FOR ARENA PLANS
Max Rodriguez January 15, 2020
Shingle Springs tribe makes $1.5 million land purchase near Red Hawk Casino
By Emily Hamann – Staff Writer, Sacramento Business Journal Jan 14, 2020,
Linked Article Nevada gaming attorneys caution lawmakers on sports betting; ‘You really have to give it some serious thought’
Howard Stutz January 14th, 2020
Linked Article Wilton Rancheria Elk Grove Casino Project Delayed Until 2021
Todd Shriber January 13, 2020 Wilton Rancheria’s plan to open the first tribal gaming property in Sacramento County, Calif. will have to a wait awhile longer than previously hoped because of plans to redesign some parts of the venue.
Linked Article chemical/x-pdb Responsible Gambling Collaborative says ‘those who profit’ from gaming need to fund research, treatment
Howard Stutz January 13, 2020
Linked Article TULARE COUNTY, TULE TRIBE REACH AGREEMENT ON CASINO MOVE
David Castellon January 13, 2020 The Tulare River tribe has plans to move its Eagle Mountain Casino closer to the city of Porterville.
Linked Article Troff document Yocha Dehe nation fires contractor for casino expansion project
Woodland Daily Democrat January 13, 2020 Major project was scheduled to be finished in March 2019
Linked Article California Sports Betting Unlikely In 2020, Stakeholders Say
Ryan Butler January 12th, 2020
Linked Article text/texmacs Tribal ballot proposal could boost California revenue – but increase costs
ROB FLETCHER JANUARY 10, 2020 2 MIN READ
Linked Article Casino Industry Calls Out Some States Over Compulsive Gambling Funds Use
by Brian PempusJanuary 10, 2020
Linked Article EG casino project delayed until 2021, says tribal chair
By Lance Armstrong Citizen Staff Writer January 10, 2020
Linked Article text/texmacs Palm Springs group pens letter to Gov. Newsom about hockey arena’s potential environmental impacts
Published January 10, 2020
Linked Article An Open Letter to Governor Newsom about Agua Caliente’s Planned Concert Arena at Their Casino in Palm Springs
Palm Springs together January 9, 2020
Linked Article Senator Dodd Introduces California Racing Safety Bill
Byron King January 8, 2020 The CHRB aims to release its Santa Anita equine health investigation by Jan. 15.
Linked Article Tule River Housing Authority breaks ground on affordable housing in Porterville
Kyra Haas January 8, 2020
Linked Article Mike Postle Accused of Dodging Legal Service in Poker Cheating Case
JAN. 8, 2020
Linked Article California officials order shutdown of Rancho Cordova card room
01/08/2020
Linked Article IGT’s Charles Cohen: ‘2020 will be the year of tribal sports betting’
Chris Murphy January 8, 2020 Charles Cohen, IGT PlayDigital Vice President Sports Betting, talks exclusively to SBC Americas about the next 12 months in US sports wagering. Tribal gaming and technology, he predicts, will be among the key factors that see sports betting become an industry in its own right in 2020.
Linked Article California Takes First Step Toward Legal Sports Betting
Matthew Renda January 8, 2020
Linked Article object code Tulare Co., tribe reach agreement on relocating Eagle Mountain Casino
Alex Tavlian January 8, 2020
Linked Article DraftKings is investigating a couple from The Bachelor for allegedly cheating to win $1 million fantasy sports prize
By Chris Isidore, CNN Business Mon January 6, 2020
Linked Article D source code WASHINGTON POST GIVES GLOWING REVIEW OF BLUE LAKE RANCHERIA’S MICROGRID
Kym Kemp January 2, 2020
Linked Article object code Crash kills pedestrian near Jamul Casino
Alex Riggins January 2, 2020
Linked Article application/java-serialized-object Camp 4 One Step Closer
Tyler Hayden January 1, 2020
Linked Article Amid shut-off woes, a beacon of energy
Scott Wilson January 1, 2020 A Native American tribe has insulated itself from California’s blackouts by creating a microgrid utility
Linked Article Native American 'land taxes': a step on the roadmap for reparations
Maanvi Singh December 31, 2019 In the San Francisco Bay Area, local residents and businesses can pay to help restore Indigenous land to Indigenous stewardship