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Linked Article The Calculus of Re-Opening
Richard Schuetz June 10, 2020
Linked Article Gambling, data privacy advocates sue California, arguing COVID-19 interfered with campaigns
Sophia Bollag June 10, 2020
Linked Article Tribal casinos sue California for more time to qualify legal sports betting measure amid coronavirus
Patrick McGreevy June 9, 2020
Linked Article Legalized sports betting could generate millions for California as state considers cuts to public services
Adam Gray and Bill Dodd June 2, 2020
Linked Article California sports betting legislation opposed by state's tribe
June 8, 2020
Linked Article For a tribe without a casino, new convenience store on Highway 74 may be economic boon
Amanda Ulrich June 7, 2020
Linked Article C source code header Federal Appeals Court to Hear Arguments on 2018 Wire Act Opinion Later This Month
Steve Bittenbender June 7, 2020
Linked Article IEF image Tribal analysts issue ‘red alert’ for gambling law masquerading as coronavirus relief
June 5, 2020
Linked Article object code Health Officials Warn Of Potential Coronavirus Exposure At Colusa Casino
June 5, 2020
Linked Article Troff document Judge rules for Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe in land suit
Jessica Hill June 5, 2020 Case sent back to Interior Department for review.
Linked Article Case Dismissed: California Judge Tosses out Cheating Lawsuit Against Mike Postle
Jon Sofen June 4, 2020
Linked Article chemical/x-pdb County approves casino agreement
Jessica Weston June 4, 2020
Linked Article Update: State Supreme Court Hears Mono Casino Appeal
June 3, 2020
Linked Article Update: State Supreme Court Hears Mono Casino Appeal
June 3, 2020
Linked Article California Inches Closer to Legalized Sports Betting
Pete Ruden June 3, 2020
Linked Article Tribes Fight Back Against ‘Sucker Punch’ From California Sports Betting Bill
Matthew Kredell June 2, 2020
Linked Article Octet Stream Sports betting to the rescue in California?
Clark Schultz June 2, 2020
Linked Article California Moves Closer to Legalizing Sports Betting
Nick Cahill June 2, 2020
Linked Article California tribes not on board with new sports betting proposal
Steven Stradbrooke June 1, 2020
Linked Article Water glitch not stopping Trinidad Rancheria hotel
Jack Durham May 31, 2020
Linked Article Card rooms in Rancho Cordova, Marysville to be sold as part of settlements with California AG
Dale Kasler May 29, 2020
Linked Article application/x-troff-ms New California Sports Betting Bill Tries To Bridge Gaps For Tribes, Cardrooms
Matthew Kredell May 29, 2020
Linked Article California lawmakers propose allowing legal sports betting to help with budget shortfall
Don Thompson May 29, 2020
Linked Article Attorney General Becerra Secures Settlements Against Card Rooms in Paso Robles, Rancho Cordova, and Marysville, Imposes Additional Oversight Conditions Pending Sale
May 29, 2020
Linked Article ‘The Moment Is Right for Us’: California Moves Toward Legalized Sports Betting
Pete Ruden May 29, 2020
Linked Article Casino Morongo employee quits over social distancing concerns: ‘We were lied to’
Jake Ingrassia May 27, 2020
Linked Article Los Angeles Card Rooms Want in on Action as Tribal, Vegas Rivals Reopen
Todd Shriber May 26, 2020
Linked Article Elk Grove Wilton Resort Casino on hold due to COVID-19
Vicki Gonzalez May 26, 2020 Wilton Rancheria tribe explains financial market too unstable
Linked Article application/x-troff-me Card clubs offer reopening plan as tribal and Vegas casinos get back in the game
Hugo Martin May 23, 2020
Linked Article Troff document Lytton Rancheria agrees to pay Windsor $20 million to access wastewater plant
Kevin Fixler May 23, 2020

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